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During the COVID-19 pandemic, “makers” have come together to design, 3D print, and distribute medical supplies.
Autodesk Maya is a powerful modeling tool best known for film animation, but can be used to create 3D models suitable for printing on the NIH Library's 3D printers.
Blender is a powerful, open source program that allows a wide range of creative work. This free class will focus on how to use Blender to create 3D models that can be printed on one of the NIH Library’s 3D printers.
OmicCircos is a free tool used to generate high-quality circular plots for visualizing annotations and genomic variations, including mutation patterns, copy number variations (CNVs), expression patterns, and methylation patterns.
Through the NIH Library’s Technology Sandbox, a 2014 trial of 3D printers exposed NIH staff to cutting edge technology for work and research. The pilot was so successful that the Library is now permanently offering free 3D printing services.