A lecture on 3D and my University

Last Monday, October 24, I had a public lecture at the Auditorium of Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, where I teach IT. Some 30 students showed up at the Auditorium, and because I had requests from our other campuses for recording, I asked the IT Support to do that.

This is the 1 h 10 minute lecture in five parts:

  1. 3D today and how to make some
  2. A case example on the workflow
  3. 3D Printing our way
  4. 3D Printing their way
  5. Haaga-Helia and 3D

Even if you are not a student, this introductory lecture may work for you.


0 thoughts on “A lecture on 3D and my University”

  1. Moi Heikki

    Thank you. Interesting lecture. I don’t know if you remember me, but I am a Haaga-Helia alumni (2014). However, I’m now studying HCI at KTH in Stockholm. We made a project about scanning a sculpted 3D object that you can actually touch in Chai3D using a haptic device. We made the object watertight by using 3D edit software. Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n27hBlz_pro

    I was thinking that haptic device could be an interesting addition to Haaga-Helia as well as you can touch your your 3D model in virtual space as well.

    We wrote a paper as well on the topic of touching, for example, martial objects: https://people.kth.se/~kastemaa/www/portfolio/studies/Scanning_a_Physical_Clay_Object_to_a_3D_Haptic_Representation_.pdf


    1. Hi Juho! Sure I remember you!

      Good to hear things are progressing well. Haptic tech is something we haven’t touched yet, but it is really interesting – like the missing link of the complete chain of real to virtual and back again.

      If you pop up to Helsinki at some point, do drop in and see our lab.



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