Rapid 3D reality capture to provide security edge

Griffith School of Engineering PhD candidate Chris Little will use 3D scanning to solve the mysteries around WWI German tank known as Mephisto.
Griffith Enterprise
The rapid and detailed scanning of metals is not new, however taking this technology into the field and away from highly controlled labs could help protect the integrity of everything from aeroplanes to military vehicles. Scientists from griffith University on the Gold Coast have refined a system involving high-resolution 3D scanning of moving metal assets […]

The importance of monitoring exercise for improved health and fitness

Griffith University scientists have found exercise-response monitoring is crucial for maximising the safety and effectiveness of undertaking exercise. Published in SpringerPlus in time for Exercise Right Week (22-28 May), the Gold Coast study examined if so called 'mood-state' assessment could be used to non-invasively indicate the stress-recovery balance in the body at a molecular level, following resistance-exercise.