3dMD is a Gold Sponsor and Launches Next-Generation of Temporal-3D (4D) Systems for Everyday Clinical Use at ACPA’s 73rd Annual Meeting.
ATLANTA. The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA) is pleased to announce 3dMD as the Gold Sponsor for the American Cleft Palate Association’s 73rd Annual Meeting and Pre-Conference Symposium. 3dMD is a longtime exhibitor and is returning as a sponsor this year. “We are pleased that Atlanta-based 3dMD will be joining us as an exhibitor and […]Read More
The Latest Applications of Temporal-3D (4D) to Support Clinical Initiatives. CR Lane.
Date: October 2014. Source: 3D Body Scanning Conference 2014, Lugano, Switzerland. Abstract: In 2011 3dMD and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Dentistry, were awarded a ground-breaking US NIH Grant (STTR Grant No. 2R42DE019742-02) to study the facial dynamics of children who had received corrective treatment for facial conditions. The recruitment […]Read More
Cardiff Scientists and 3dMD Enter a New Dimension in 3D/4D Facial Imaging.
Anaheim, California (23-July-13): A team of Cardiff University clinicians and computer scientists can, for the first time, carry out facial movement research and transform the way patients needing facial surgery are assessed and monitored thanks to a new state-of-the-art 3D surface motion imaging system from 3dMD (3dMD exhibiting at #SIGGRAPH2013 Booth 226). Working alongside the […]Read More
3dMD is awarded Phase I of STTR Grant with UNC at Chapel Hill for a Dynamic 4D Facial Soft Tissue Analysis System.
Date: March 2011 Source: Press Announcement Headline: 3dMD is awarded Phase I of STTR Grant No. 1R41DE019742-01A1 with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Co-Principal Investigator Dr Carroll Ann Trotman, for a Dynamic 4D Facial Soft Tissue Analysis System. Atlanta (15-March-11): We are delighted to announce that 3dMD, working in conjunction with the Department of […]Read More
Quantitative analysis of facial movement—A review of three-dimensional imaging techniques. H Popat, S Richmond , L Benedikt , D Marshall , PL Rosin.
Date: July 2009. Source: Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics. Volume 33, Issue 5 , Pages 377-383. Abstract: Objective analysis of facial movement forms an important consideration in the assessment and outcome of several medical disciplines. Technological advances in the field of medical imaging have meant techniques to measure facial movement have evolved from subjective grading […]Read More