A New Zealand company funded by the U.S. intelligence community’s venture capital arm, In-Q-Tel, has built a smartphone technology called Spike that lets anyone take precise measurements of — and make 3D models of — anything in the outside world.
PhiSix launched its 3D simulation solution today that allows people to virtually try-on clothing before hitting ”buy.”
Real estate modeling and the digital mapping of commercial spaces isn’t the most exciting concept, but New York startup Floored’s 3D space modeling is so cool that it might change that.
With their new partnership, Sunglass and DIYRockets are showing why the future of rockets may just be crowd-sourced.
Autodesk, the 3D computer-aided design company, has purchased 3D game design platform Wild Pockets, VentureBeat has learned.