Francis LeBouthillier, Faculty of Art, presents Making Digital Matter: From Analog to Digital & Back Again


Francis LeBouthillier, Faculty of Art, will be doing a research related talk on Tuesday, November 29th from 1:00-2:30pm, in 100 McCaul, rm. 187.

 
DateTuesday, November 29, 2016 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Cost

Free

Location

100 McCaul, Room 187

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Francis LeBouthillier, Faculty of Art, Making Digital Matter:  From Analog to Digital & Back Again

This presentation will include new developments from Francis’ Making Digital Matter Surgical Training Fetus Project. This project involved the development of a series of fetal models that were created directly from MR and CT scans employing the technologies of 3D printing. Francis will also present a series of fetal and maternal models used to simulate fetal anomalies to provide surgical training for a group of international surgeons at the recent Fetal Growth Conference hosted by Mount Sinai and the University of Toronto. This body of work represents the culmination of over 16 years of research, development and collaboration with fetal surgeons and researchers.

Coffee and light snacks will be served.



Faculty Talk

About Francis
DateTuesday, November 29, 2016 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Cost

Free

Website Location

100 McCaul, Room 187

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Francis LeBouthillier, Faculty of Art, Making Digital Matter:  From Analog to Digital & Back Again

This presentation will include new developments from Francis’ Making Digital Matter Surgical Training Fetus Project. This project involved the development of a series of fetal models that were created directly from MR and CT scans employing the technologies of 3D printing. Francis will also present a series of fetal and maternal models used to simulate fetal anomalies to provide surgical training for a group of international surgeons at the recent Fetal Growth Conference hosted by Mount Sinai and the University of Toronto. This body of work represents the culmination of over 16 years of research, development and collaboration with fetal surgeons and researchers.

Coffee and light snacks will be served.

Venue & Address: 
100 McCaul, Room 187
Cost: 
Free
Faculty Talk
About Francis
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