Posts Tagged ‘3D printing‘

futuramb: What 3-D Printing Means To The Future Of Advertising | Co.Create: Creativity Culture Commerce Advertisers will be forced to reconcile their physical outputs in the world in a way that spitting out spots and microsites never faced us with. Or, said differently, our ad

Now You Can Buy 3D Printers From Staples

Link: Now You Can Buy 3D Printers From Staples futurist-foresight: Staples to sell 3D Printers soon. Superb news and another indication of the emergence of this technology. “Image via Getty, Emmanuel Dunand” “Staples, which announced in November that it planned to bring the devices to

treehugger: 3D printing skin. Yep, skin. 10 ways 3D printers are advancing science

futurescope: 3D Scanner: The Photon by Matterform emergentfutures: The Photon by Matterform – The world’s first, truly affordable 3D scanner for anyone! If you’ve ever wanted a 3D scanner now’s your chance. By pledging support to this project, you can have your very own Photon

emergentfutures: 3D Printers will be affordable by 2016  A report by Gartner predicts affordable 3D printers within a few years, opening up a range of possibilities for the technology on a consumer level. Full Story VR Zone

photojojo: 3D printers are a revolutionary technology that basically allows you to print objects from a computer based template.  Using photography, Ben Sandler imagined a future world where we could create whatever we needed from these handy 3D printers, check out the full series below. 

smarterplanet: 3D Printer for Living Things Solve for X: Austen Heinz on democratizing creation “Mindblowing presentation about future applications of DNA laser printer. Have you ever wondered how many years will pass since we as human species become able to “freely design” living organisms. This

greenfuturist: Tech optimists’ crush of the decade is surely 3D printing. It has been heralded as disruptive, democratizing, and revolutionary for its non-discriminatory ability to make almost anything: dresses, guns, even houses. The process — also known as “additive manufacturing” — is still expensive and

Printing The Future

Link: Printing The Future Three-dimensional printers, which gradually layer materials to form shapes, are making rapid progress in manufacturing, medicine—and Fashion Week.

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