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  • Kinect Enters the CAD World Through Geomagic - Geomagic is adapting Studio software to read 3D point data generated by Kinect, Ralph Grabowski, WorldCAD Access, Jan 12, 2012
  • Geomagic Studio and Wrap 2012 - handles larger number of data points, can customize commands, filter points by distance, handle sparse points, areas with hole, Ralph Grabowski, upFront.eZine, Nov 22, 2011
  • How to Make It In CAD Modeling - transferring 3D model from Geomagic Studio into Creo Elements/Pro, Rachael Dalton-Taggart of Geomagic, Desktop Engineering, Oct 1, 2011
  • Modernizing Government: An Entrepreneurial Perspective - Ping Fu of Geomagic talks about meeting president, using government information to create beneficial products, Robb Mandelbaum, The New York Times, Jan 19, 2010
  • Geomagic Closes the Reverse Engineering Loop - Geomagic Studio links with SolidWorks, Inventor, Pro/E to give clean, trimmed, intelligent model, Al Dean, Develop 3D, Mar 31, 2009
  • Geomagic Studio Version 10 - menus split into tabs, similar operations into single panels, addition of multi-sensor metrology support, Fashion module, more, Al Dean, MCAD Online, Jan 21, 2008
  • Geomagic Seeks the Digitization of Everything - Geomagic CEO Dr. Ping Fu defines digital shape sampling and processing (DSSP) that complements CAD, Laura Lathan, CADdigest.com, Dec 10, 2007
  • Geomagic Studio 9 - Geomagic Studio 9 can convert point cloud data of a part into fully detailed 3D model, but at a very high cost, Mike Hudspeth, Cadalyst, May 14, 2007
  • Geomagic Studio 9 - Geomagic Capture tool for creating error-free digital form, large data management tools, enhanced ability to work with color, more, MCAD Online, February 13, 2007
  • Mustang Accelerates in Reverse - stamping dies reverse engineered with Geomagic Studio for Ford Mustang, Jill Aitoro, Caduser, March 2005
  • 3D Data at Work - a survey of point-manipulation software: Verisurf, BuildIT!, ICEM Surf, RapidForm, CopyCAD, Paraform, Geomagic Studio, Rhino, RevWorks and Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire, Pamela Waterman, Desktop Engineering, August 2004
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