3D Photobooth

June 2, 2015


Debut of the 3D Photobooth at RW2 Productions Relaunch Party, May 29, 2015. From the left: Linden Wade, Judy Rush, and Linsay Wade.

Judy, Linsay, and Linden
by RW2_productions
See all the scans from the RW2 Relaunch party on the RW2 Productions page on Sketchfab

The 3D Photobooth is a portable 3D scanning system, perfect for scanning people. Models are full color, and can be used for a variety of applications, from digital rendering to 3D printed figurines.

The 3D Photobooth is based on the work of Fred Kahl and his Coney Island Scan-a-rama 3D. The system uses the 3D camera built into an X-Box Kinect with a vertical rail and a person-sized turntable.  Compared the Photogrammetric (picture based) 3D scanning, this system is relatively inexpensive, portable, and fast.  3D Models are created in real-time.  With minimal editing, the models can be shared online or sent to a 3D printer.

Stay tuned for upcoming appearances around Kansas City!

For pricing, or to bring the 3D Photobooth to your event in the Kansas City Area, contact jo[at]jokamm.com


(In)action Figures

January 18, 2015

3D scanned and 3D printed figurines for use in an undetermined future project.  In Process Spring 2015

Thank you to the many models, and to Lifeform Studio, for access to 3D scanning facilities.

Text and Texture: Making through Midrash
Gallery at Park Avenue Synagogue
50 East 87th St, New York
(Corner of 87th and Madison Avenue)

The show opened on July 21 – thanks to everyone who made it out!

Check it out until November, or enjoy the show vicariously right here:

For images and details of the new work visit the gallery

Text and Texture: Midrash through Making
In the PAS Gallery | July – November 2010

Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 21
7:00 pm | Wine & crudités
7:45 pm | Artists’ presentations

Come see my completely new ceramic work, made in the last two months since graduation. I will be showing with Heather Stoltz, a fiber artist whose work  translates texts of the Jewish tradition into textile art.

Park Avenue Synagogue is located on the Upper East side of Manhattan, on the intersection of Madison Avenue and 87th Street, only a couple blocks from the Guggenheim.
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Uncertainty and Apperception: 3 of 3

April 20, 2010

Parabolic Array, plaster, drywall, steel, along 48 ft. of wall, 2010.

Installed in Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred, NY, April 10-14, 2010.

Photos by Mike Fleming

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Images of Rectangular Array by Jo Kamm are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

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