The Tangible Media Group of MIT recently showed off an amazing display that transforms digital objects into physical ones that you can touch. Perhaps the best way to understand just how incredible this technology is, take a look at this …Read More »
The Windows desktop remains largely flat and two-dimensional. Even though 3D graphic hardware is enhanced in leaps and bounds, Microsoft haven’t added a great deal more than Flip 3D to Windows Vista, 7 or 8. However, there are software packages …Read More »
Microsoft is getting into the 3D printing game. With their newest version of Windows 8, Windows 8.1, the guru’s out at Microsoft have added a new application that will help those not so 3D savvy make their own pieces. All …Read More »
The gun debate in America is still a sensitive one, with people digging deep trenches on both sides and both are very passionate. The invention and proliferation of 3D printing is adding a new element to this with their ability …Read More »
In April the bio-company Organovo produced the first ever 3D printed human organ — a liver. The liver, which was only a few millimeters across, only lasted 5 days but its success opened up a new realm of possibilities for …Read More »
Geologists already work in three dimensions. They have rocks and fossils that they can pick up with their bare hands and analyze. However, some geologists are seeking to revolutionize their field through the use of 3D printers. The theory is …Read More »
3D printing is still something that is not a mainstream consumer product. While there are lots of affordable 3D printers on the market, the fact that you have to learn to use software such as CAD to effectively make models …Read More »
This video is a bit hard to explain with words; you have to view it yourself to understand what I mean.Read More »
3D printing is slowly becoming something that might actually stick around for a few years. We’ve seen so many 3D printing ideas popping up on a regular basis, but this one bakes the cake, get it? Alright that wasn’t funny …Read More »
Sony’s new personal 3D viewer HMZ-T3W is up for pre-orders now in Sony website and retail Sony stores. The HMZ-T3W is the third generation product to improve your personal 3D viewing experience, which has wireless functionality and said to simulate …Read More »
What surprises me is that Disney developed this. Who would have thought Disney does this sort of stuff.Read More »
Waking up in the mornings to brush our teeth is probably one of the most annoying things in life. Yet we have no choice but to do it if we want to keep a safe and healthy mouth. But what …Read More »
3D printing is no longer a thing restricted to the rich and high-level companies. You can buy a 3D printer for your home and it’s so popular now that NASA is planning to use 3D printing to build spacecraft components …Read More »
The future is looking bright for space exploration as NASA is planning to build the spacecraft of tomorrow in space. The exciting part of this story is that humans are nowhere to be found in the building process, and these …Read More »
Words cannot really do justice to this video. You have to view it yourself to understand.Read More »
So you have bought a 3D computer that came with 3D glasses and NVIDIA 3D Vision Video Player? And, now that you have got some 3D stereoscopic video files (say, MKV), you believe that they are gonna work? The bad …Read More »
It’s official ladies and gentlemen, the legendary Arnold Schwarzenegger is back for one last hurrah as the T-800 in the Terminator remake slated for 2015. Arnold is 66 years old, and he’s not getting any younger, so it is likely …Read More »
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Tokyo-based company Fasotec has partnered with Japanese clinics to give parents the chance to touch their baby’s face — before they’re born.
The company is using a technology called BioTexture, which generates 3D print-outs of the child’s face using ultrasound. …Read More »
People have made some stupid things with 3D printers, while other people have made some pretty awesome things. The common link between those things are the 3D printers themselves, which don’t come very cheap. Some are cheaper than others, but …Read More »
Late last year, rumors circulated that Foxconn was manufacturing a smartphone for Amazon. Now, a report from the Wall Street Journal is saying that Amazon might not only be working on a smartphone, but two smartphones (who’s operating systems are …Read More »
Princeton University team develops a 3D-printed cybernetic ear, makes a bionic future closer than ever
You know all those silly movies and cartoons about bionic humans with cybernetic body parts? Yeah well, apparently it wasn’t too far off from the truth.
A team at Princeton University has created a unique ear that can “hear” various …Read More »
I’m sure we all have, to one extent or another, seem animated 3D characters. However, I’m sure you have yet to see an animated character that looks real. You know, like a real person. Until now.
In pursuit of “next …Read More »
In a surgical procedure earlier this week, a man was fitted with the first ever 3D-printed skull replacement. A whole 75 percent of his skull was replaced with the replica, which is made out of polyetherketoneketone. (Say that ten times …Read More »
3D printing is still in its early stages, and most of us probably won’t be getting one anytime soon. Despite how awesome (and cheap) some of them may be. But science waits for no one, and in a recent TED …Read More »
3D printing doesn’t come cheap. You also need pre-designed objects or a modeling program if you’re going to design something yourself. But what if you could just directly draw things in the air, and they instantly came into existence?
That’s …Read More »
The added bonus of reviewing apps is that you get to see many more apps than you would have normally. I often end up downloading apps that I would not ordinarily consider useful for a phone or even have any …Read More »
A leaked document has made public some future plans of Microsoft in regards to Xbox 720, Kinect 2, and Kinect Glasses. The 56-page document leaked to Scribd has now been removed “at the request of Covington & Burling LLP,” an …Read More »