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Posted · Tessellated brain lamp made from MRI data

We worked with some medical professionals to produce this Tessellated Brain Lamp with data taken from an MRI and 3D printed on one of our Ultimaker 2's

if you notice the hemispheres are not very symmetrical, it is because the patient has a brain abnormality, which is the reason the scans were done.

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Posted · Tessellated brain lamp made from MRI data

Amazing! Could you briefly tell me what was involved in the MRI to STL translation?

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Posted · Tessellated brain lamp made from MRI data

Whoww,

Hopefully not too bad for the patient...

But indeed, I'm as well interested in the "translation" between the MRI and stl.

Cheers

 

daniele | bollicine studio

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