A few months ago we talked with our students and shared the idea of creating a publication with the participation of everyone, in order to present the news and work involving the OrtogOnBlender add-on.
In view of the unrestrained dynamics led by the development of new technologies, it is essential to document studies and tools constantly and quickly enough to not present readers with something that is already out of date, which is constantly the case with formal publications, such as scientific articles that can take a long time to be accepted by a magazine.
With that in mind, we created OrtogOnLineMag, a book (with Creative Commons licence) in the guise of a scientific journal, fully compatible with the dynamics required by new technologies without giving up formal elements that involve serious publication such as ISBN and DOI.
DOI: 10.6084 / m9.figshare.13055864
In addition, the book is available in both a PDF and online version, both on the company's website.
- Low-cost Digital Scopes, Macros and Microscopes in Photography and 3D Photogrammetry;
- 3D Anti-Retention Mesh Generation System Based on Z-Depth Projection;
- Atomic Force Microscopy in OrtogOnBlender 3D;
- 3D photogrammetry of an Archaeological Projectile Tip;
- Forensic Facial Reconstruction of an Archaeological Skull with ForensicOnBlender;
- Indirect Orthodontic Bonding Guide with OrtogOnBlender;
- Complementary Protocol for Better Nose Resolution in 3D Photogrammetry;
- Treatment and Digital Planning Protocol for Atrophic Jaw Fractures;
- Standardization of Points and Measures for 3D Anthropometry in OrtogOnBlender.
For those interested in read the online version (in Portuguese, but you can translate with Google):