School Safety Scans – learn how Enomalies plans to help save valuable time when responding to emergencies at Kentucky schools http://www.wkyt.com/content/news/Could-3D-school-mapping-be-a-new-tool-for-school-safety-473464853.html
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Read more about Enomalies’ involvement here – http://enomalies.com/manuscript-holder-for-ct-scan/ Scanning an Ancient Biblical Text That Humans Fear to Open By NICHOLAS WADE January 5, 2018 Pioneers of new software for reading damaged parchment and scrolls are now deploying a CT scanner at the Morgan Library, hoping to recover Coptic writings dating back at least to 600 A.D.
Enomalies was contracted to aid in the design and creation of a manuscript holder for use in a CT machine. The fragile ancient manuscript needed to be held stationary in the rotational CT while a variety of scan angles were captured. We developed a mechanism to hold the manuscript with minimal friction along the surface […]
Enomalies was contracted by a local law firm to create a visual aid for a lawsuit. They needed to illustrate the manner in which a tree stand collapsed. Given a few photos and paper drawings of the components, Enomalies recreated each piece of the stand, scaled and suitable for rapid prototyping. The parts were printed […]
Enomalies was contracted to build a RC boat for a local production of the Phantom of the Opera. We turned it in to an opportunity to package up an easy-to-use and easy-to-sell kit that allows theater groups and production companies of any size to bring remote control technology to their own stage assets. More information […]
SCRIBE Entertainment, a partner company of Enomalies, developed two large scale, short-throw screens for use as backdrops in a Porgy and Bess Opera Production. These small footprint screens allowed the backdrops to be moved around the stage at will, something that was never achievable with other projection technologies.