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Submission + - Photon 3D Scanner: The world's first, affordable 3D scanner for anyone! (indiegogo.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Two designers from Toronto have been working on developing an affordable desktop 3D scanner. Offered through their Indiegogo campaign, it currently retails for $399, and is being offered for a limited quantity at $349. The specs are below:

Features at a glance:

- High resolution scan created with a high definition camera and dual lasers.
- All scanners are fully assembled and tested prior to shipping. There are no kits here.
- Easy folding design makes storage or transport simple.
- Quick scans. Multiple quality settings can be chosen but an average scan is 3 minutes.
- Looks awesome. Shoots lasers.
- Scan objects up to 190mm x 190mm x 250mm (7.5" diamter x 9.75" height)
- Full version of software included for PC or Mac.
- .STL, .OBJ, and point cloud .PLY formats

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Journal Journal: Scientology Abuses YouTube to Silence Critics 5

The story was carried by major news outlets globally when actor and high-ranking Scientologist Jason Beghe sat down with outspoken Scientology critic Mark Bunker (XenuTV.com) and gave an interview regarding his former membership in the organization last week. A 3-minute teaser video graced YouTube, and met with fierce hostility from Scientology advocates. When Mark promised to upload the complete version of the interview on Thursday the 18

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