Manager: George Fetters
Team: Derek, Andrew, Travis, Chris, Amberly, Deech, Gene, and many others...
Premise: Create a 3D scanning platform, install opensource 3D software for Kinect and take it to the Archon Convention to get some awesome scans.
We made use of the openNi platform for Kinect and a piece of free software called ReconstructMe for the software stack. An Xbox 360 was used as a scanner and attached to a tripod. A rotating scanning table was created. This table is based on a lazy susan concept with a ball bering that can handle 1000 lbs. A wooden platform was attached to the lazy susan and a repurposed motor from a powerweels toy was used to turn the person on the table. A custom wheel had to be fabricated to provide traction and a spring plate was used to hold the motor against the platform.
This is the scanner at the Archon booth
An image of the scanning table.
Come On Out and Play games With us. If you don't know games that's OK we are friendly and love to teach. If you do, bring your Favorites along and let get a Game in.
We'll have Food there, and I'll happily take 5$ in exchange for letting you eat all day.
We start at Noonish and Play until you Leave or after Midnight, whichever comes last. :)
Sunday, May 1st
Tuesday, May 3rd
Thursday, May 5th
Arch Reactor's entry into the Hackaday Prize contest. We are designing and building an IoT enabled Microscope on a budget.
Contact Person: Rosanna - firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Clean shop area/Lounge
Friday, May 6th
Arch Reactor is proud to host the only St. Louis 2600 meeting. All 2600 meetings are open to the public. Visit stl2600.com for more information regarding topic.
More details about 2600 can be found at http://www.2600.com
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