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The 3D Pocketcopter is the World's Smallest Flying Camera

The Indiegogo fundraising campaign ended successfully this week for the 3D Pocketcopter. No surprise the tiny stereoscopic flying camera raised 760% of its goal: Controlled by your smartphone up to ten meters away, it records 3D stereoscopic video on its micro-sd memory card, fits into your pocket, anad was available for as low as €79 during the fundraising period.

The first samples should be available from May 2015 for around $100.

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Loikka Dance Film Festival is Looking for 3D Films

The Finn Loikka dance film festival is again looking for 3D dance films for its 2015 edition. The 8th international Loikka dance film festival will take place in Helsinki, Finland from March 19th to 22nd, 2015. Loikka welcomes dance and movement films of any genre, length, style or technique.

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Alterface Projects's 4D Shooter HD More Realistic Than Ever

Already firmly leading the interactivity industry thanks to its know how and practical experience, Alterface Projects further increases its technological lead by introducing a new feature that will make interactive attractions even more stunning and realistic: the new 4D Shooter "HD" during the EAS in Amsterdam (September 23-25, 2014).

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Autodesk Spark, an Open 3D Printing Software Platform

Autodesk Spark is an open 3D printing software platform that will make it easier for hardware manufacturers, software developers, materials scientists, product designers, and others to participate in and benefit from this technology. Spark connects digital information to 3D printers in a new and streamlined way, making it easier to visualize and optimize prints without trial and error, while broadening the range of materials used for printing. And because the Spark platform is open, everyone can use its building blocks to further push the limits of 3D printing and drive fresh innovation.

Spark will be open and freely licensable to hardware manufacturers and others who are interested. Spark raised attention of people attending the Autodesk University India held in Mumbai on September 11, 2014. Watch Spark 3D print the Statue of Liberty here under.

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