RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, September 27, 2007- Geomagic has issued a call for papers for Convergence 2008, the annual conference that unites Geomagic developers, users and technology partners to explore new applications, best practices and innovation in digital shape sampling and processing (DSSP). Convergence 2008 will be held March 4-6 in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
The previous conference, held in February, featured researchers, designers and engineers from around the world presenting papers on how Geomagic technology can be used to enable DSSP in a wide range of disciplines, including:
- Design and engineering: creating parametric models of casting designs; digital reconstruction and CFD analysis for racing; modeling small, complex parts; design and engineering for modern weapons; new workflows for diverse industries; productivity and money-saving applications; and meeting the challenge of design anywhere/build anywhere.
- Inspection for aerospace, electronics, molding parts, turbine and other areas.
- Medical: orthopedic trauma research, breast surgery planning and assessment, design and fabrication of occlusal splints, and customized hearing instruments.
- Eclectic areas such as digital furniture manufacturing, high-definition documentation for the Statue of Liberty, finite-element analysis of complex biological structures, and creating online 3D paleontology museums.
In addition to presentations, Convergence 2008 offers demonstrations of new and emerging Geomagic products, keynotes from leading industry figures, and social events that provide the opportunity to network and learn in an informal environment.
Geomagic (www.geomagic.com) is a global company dedicated to advancing and applying 3D technology for the benefit of humanity. Geomagic’s scanning and design software solutions are used to capture and model 3D content from physical objects, organically sculpt complex shapes, and prepare products for manufacturing. In addition, the company produces powerful 3D metrology and inspection software that verifies dimensional quality by comparing as-built products to master designs. Geomagic’s Sensable Phantom haptic devices simulate the sense of touch in a digital environment.
Geomagic’s software and hardware are utilized by world-class customers in a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, consumer products, toys, collectibles, coindesign, jewelry, fine art, heritage restoration, research, education, mold making, entertainment, training and surgical simulation. In fact, some of the world’s leading companies and research organizationsuse Geomagic software, including Ford, BMW,Boeing, Harley Davidson, Timberland, Mattel/Fisher Price, Lego, Pratt & Whitney, NASA, Schneider Electronic, 3M, Danaher and Invisalign. Geomagic is based in Research Triangle Park, N.C., USA, with an office in Boston, subsidiaries in Europe and Asia, and channel partners worldwide.
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