ZBrush is a digital sculpting program that allows the artist to work intuitively. The work flow is different from other 3D programs such as 3ds Max, Blender, Maya, etc. Many users describe the experience as sculpting "digital clay."
We'll watch excerpts from the webinar below and explore ZBrush along with similar open source programs. If you are experienced with ZBrush, we would love to see your techniques. You will get to try out several programs on my computer. If time allows, we can 3D print something.
We will not watch the entire webinar during this meeting. If you are interested in ZBrush, refer the registration information below.
No payment is required to attend this meetup.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 from 2:00 pm EST - 3:00 pm EST
Join Paul Gaboury of Pixologic for a special complimentary ZBrush webinar designed for anaplastologists!
IAA Members - FREE with 2015 Membership Renewal
Trial Members - $90
Non-Members - $125
This webinar will cover:
Cleaning up/ZRemesh CT data
Combining datasets streamline model creation
Working with scanned data
Preparation for 3D printing
To get the most out of the webinar, some experience in Zbrush is recommended. The techniques demonstrated will highlight the capabilities of the program within your practice.
Join us for Creative Collisions: 3D Printing + The Body + You, where we'll explore how 3D printing is being used to alter, augment, and understand the body.
The event features many silicon valley 3D printing companies. There will be activities, food trucks, beer and wine, and a chance to win your own 3D printer ($600 value)! Must be present to win the printer.
Must be 18 or older to attend. Tickets $10.
Event details: https://www.thetech.org/programs/creative-collisions
Purchase tickets: https://tickets.thetech.org/calendar/view.asp?id=50566
I will be giving a 15 minute talk on "The Future of Facial Prosthetics" on Tuesday, June 23 at 10:15. This talk will be quite different from the talk I gave last year at the ASO meeting titled "The Future of Ocularistry."
Lecture & Opening Reception
May 28, 2015, 3 – 5 pm
Lecturer: Robert S. Sherins, MD (UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 1963)
This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED: tiny.ucsf.edu/lecture528
Lange Room, 5th Floor, UCSF Library – Parnassus
530 Parnassus Ave, SF, CA 94143
We'll watch a few video excerpts about infection control and have a discussion about how they should be used in facial prosthetics clinics.
• how to wash your hands properly
• when to use (or not use) gloves
• do practices actually follow strict guidelines?
• what to look out for when you are a patient and how to make sure your practitioner keeps you safe
Sacramento Innovators for Prosthetics--Let's have some coffee and get to know each other. We'll talk about the history, materials, and techniques of prosthetic eyes.
I have been invited by Mr. Danz, a third generation ocularist, to accompany his lecture abut his family's history in relation to prosthetic eyes. Following his lecture I will speak about the future of ocularistry and what this means for his former business where I currently work.
This 3-hour webinar will be available to view on Jan 2, 2015. The 1-hour live Q&A session will be on Jan 14, 2015 from 11am-12pm Central Time. The webinar is free to IAA members, $95 for trial-members, and $125 for non-members. Sign up now.