Multimodal3D (M3D) is a high technology start-up company founded in October 2014 and based in Rome, Italy. M3D is registered in the special section “Start-Up and innovative SME” of the Italian Business Register.
M3D provides unique software solutions, such as Virtual Dental Laboratory (VDL), for fast and easy evaluations of morphological parameters of teeth, necessary to evaluate the outcome of different dental treatments.

It is involved in the development of hardware prototypes and software solutions for the Research in the field of Materials Science and Imaging, offering also analysis service and custom consultancy including: 3D hystomorphometry through CT and MRI, artefact image removal, 3D reconstruction providing images and video, development of user-specific algorithm to evaluate case specific parameters and indexes.
M3D’s technology is currently being used by Academic Institutions and industries in different applications: Endodontics, Restorative Dentistry, Tooth Classification, Biomaterial Resorption and Bone Regeneration.


Raffaele Sinibaldi, PhD
R&D Manager


Mario Savini, PhD
Design and Innovation


Maria Teresa Silvi, MSc
Life and Data Scientist

Raffaele Sinibaldi

Raffaele Sinibaldi, born in Rome, is an Italian physicist often inspired by Biosystems.
During his accademic career he designed experiments and methods to quantitatively characterize some natural phenomena.
Between 2005 and 2007 he optimized a method to characterize the interface between solvent and biological macromolecules using Molecular Dynamics, neutron and x-ray scattering and MRI. From 2008, thanks to his professional experience, he started out the development of hardware and software for biomedical applications.
Since 2010 he has been working at the development of  software suites for quantitative analysis of 3D biomedical images, tissue recognition and multimodal integration.


Mario Savini

Mario Savini got his PhD at the University of Teramo (Italy). He is a journalist and art critic. He is editor of Postinterface, a web magazine on science and digital cultures. He is interested in the social aspects of New Media and in the relations between contemporary visual culture and biotechnologies. He has taught “Net Art” at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and Macerata and “Digital Applications for Art” at the Academy of Fine Arts in Catania. He is the author of the books “Postinterface” (Pisa University Press, 2009) and “Arte transgenica. La vita è il medium (Pisa University Press, 2018). His articles have been published in Wired (Italian version) and Nòva-Il Sole 24 Ore. Currently, he is collaborating with the University of Teramo.

Maria Teresa Silvi

She’s got a Master’s degree in Biological Sciences from Polytechnic University of Marche, and worked in the field of structural biology processing a large data set of experimental data for multimodal analysis. Her research exploits the potentiality of “Small Angle Neutron and X-ray Scattering techniques” in combination with bioinformatics software to determine the 3D structures of proteins in solution. She contributes at the development and design of software users’ interface and data analysis.