When SVForum 3D Printing SIG – which fosters innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership within the San Francisco/Silicon Valley ecosystem – needed a space to host it’s upcoming October 28 event, Cogswell was a perfect fit. The event features Sixense Entertainment and a demo of the company’s MakeVR solution for 3D modeling and printing. We’re pretty sure that all of our 3D modeling and engineering students will enjoy the presentation so make sure you reserve a space.
MakeVR uses Sixense’s STEM System™ for motion tracking and control to give consumers a natural, intuitive, and fun way to model and print in 3D. The STEM System provides precision tracking of a user’s every move. Coupled with the easy-to-use yet powerful MakeVR application, users can have fun creating and printing 3D models quickly and easily.
DATE: October 28, 2013
TIME: 6:30 to 9:00PM
PLACE: Cogswell College, 1175 Bordeaux Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Radically fun, easy-to-use, and powerful, the MakeVR solution from Sixense is an entirely new take on modeling objects for 3D print and other uses. MakeVR’s two-handed interface paradigm is specifically designed for Sixense’s one-to-one motion tracking and control technology as embodied in the company’s STEM System™ wireless motion control platform, for which there was a massively successful Kickstarter campaign (almost $605K!). The solution allows people to create simple to very complex objects with natural hand motions.
To attend, register here and use coupon code ‘3DPrinting100’ for free admittance.
Check out the great 3-minute MakeVR overview video
“MakeVR marries the familiarity of joystick control with a pro-caliber CAD engine. The upshot is that regular-old, non-designer civilians can create relatively complex models.” — TechHive.com