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XYZPrinting’s da Vinci 1.0 AiO packs 3D printer and scanner

XYZPrinting’s da Vinci 1.0 AiO packs 3D printer and scanner

There is perhaps no more doubt in anyone's mind that 3D printing is here to stay. But while a multitude of companies and startups have made 3D printing a breeze, creating something to be 3D printed isn't yet equally so. Either you design your own object or you employ the use of a dedicated 3D scanner, which isn't exactly easy to come by, not to mention cheap. XYZPrinting, however, might now have the solution to that. Introducing the da Vinci 1.0 AiO, claimed to be the first combo unit available for consumers at a relatively affordable price.

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Reflecta ProScan 10T 35mm film scanner totes 10,000 spi resolution

Reflecta ProScan 10T 35mm film scanner totes 10,000 spi resolution

Even with the prevelance of digital cameras and mobile devices, 35 mm film remains a mainstay of photography. But for those who want to bring this traditional medium to the digital age, the Reflecta ProScan 10T might offer the best way to preserve old slides or even just convert newer negatives.

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Boston police halt license plate scanning due to media leak

Boston police halt license plate scanning due to media leak

The Boston Police Department has suspended their use of license plate scanners for now. It seems the optical character recognition technology was working just fine, but the department wasn't following up on all of the hot crime fighting leads the technology was generating. The scanners collected about four million plate IDs a year, prompting onlookers to ask whether the inherent privacy issues were outweighed by the law enforcement benefits.

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All Norwegian books to be digitized in Norway

All Norwegian books to be digitized in Norway

In the US, when Google began its plan to digitize a huge number of books with its massive scanning program, authors in the US filed suit and mired the program in legal proceedings for a long time. While book digitizing in the US in uncertain at this point, the country of Norway is set to digitize all the native language books there are, all of them.

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Internet Archive materials and equipment destroyed in fire

Internet Archive materials and equipment destroyed in fire

Nothing fills out a week full of things being on fire like the Internet Archive headquarters burning in a fire. The blaze, which took place earlier this week, was not catastrophic and no one was harmed, but the San Francisco nonprofit is asking for $600,000 in emergency donations from the public to pay for the hefty repairs and to help compensate for the loss of some physical archival material and equipment.

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Brother ADS-1500w wireless scanner uploads straight to Google Drive, Facebook, and more

Brother ADS-1500w wireless scanner uploads straight to Google Drive, Facebook, and more

Brother has unveiled a new compact scanner, the ImageCenter ADS-1500w, a wireless device it calls its flagship in what will be a new series of products aimed at the home and small business markets. With the svelte device comes the ability to upload scanned documents and photographs to a variety of cloud storage and social websites, among them being the popular offerings of Facebook, Flickr, Google Drive, and more.

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Epson V550 color photos scanner scans printed photos directly to Facebook

Epson V550 color photos scanner scans printed photos directly to Facebook

If you have a bunch of photographs stuffed inside various photo albums getting old and brittle with age, you may be wondering what you can do to save those paper photographs. Epson has unveiled a new color photo scanner called the Epson Perfection V550 that makes it easy to turn printed photos, negatives, or slides into full-color digital photographs.

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MakerBot Digitizer 3D scanner shipping next week

MakerBot Digitizer 3D scanner shipping next week

Back in March, MakerBot unwrapped their latest product, but it wasn't another 3D printer this time around. Instead, it's a 3D scanner called the Digitizer, which allows users to take an object and duplicate it by scanning it, uploading it to the 3D printer, and printing it out. The company has announced that the Digitizer will begin shipping next week.

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IRIScan Mouse points and scans documents

IRIScan Mouse points and scans documents

If you have ever had to purchase a new mouse, you probably noticed that there are hordes of different models available on the market today. There is a mouse for every hand and every need. Honestly, most of those mice are pretty much the same the side of brand name and color.

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MakerBot unveils Digitizer 3D desktop scanner

MakerBot unveils Digitizer 3D desktop scanner

MakerBot is known for its amazing consumer-level 3D printers, but today the company unveiled a new toy unlike anything they've done before. MakerBot announced and unveiled the Digitizer at SXSW today. It's essentially a desktop 3D scanner that can scan any object and upload it onto your computer for 3D printing later on.

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Outbox launches mail digitizing service in San Francisco

Outbox launches mail digitizing service in San Francisco

When I was a kid it was always exciting to get mail in the mailbox. Now that I'm an adult, I realize how wasteful most of that snail mail is because I don't read it. It tends to go right the trash and the stuff I do need to keep seems to get lost. On the other hand, an important e-mail that I need to keep I can archive and have pretty much forever right at my fingertips.

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Pen Sized Scanner lets you play James Bond

Pen Sized Scanner lets you play James Bond

Hammacher Schlemmer has long and storied history of offering up the odd, expensive, and awesome for gadget fans to purchase. The latest product that the company has looks like something right out of a James Bond movie. The product is called The Pen Sized Scanner.

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