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Shapeways churns out everything from designer gowns to iPhone cases, using nothing but a printer and some nylon powder.
Using the new software from Sixsense is sort of like playing a video game—except the goal is to create a 3D model.
The Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo hosted state-of-the-art hardware in San Jose last week—including printers that dished out candy confections, as well as objects made of paper.
What do bitcoin, emoji, and selfies have in common? They're all now official words, at least according to the Oxford dictionary.
ThinkGeek has a new pair of specs perfect for your more lazy, horizontal moments of leisure.
As Barret Wallace would say, "!@#$%^&*!!" Here’s the entire Final Fantasy 7 rendered into blocky, low-polygon reality thanks to 3D printing.
The event would coincide with a prescheduled event for the Galaxy Note 3 on the same date.
The jet-setting future is here. A New Zealand jetpack-making outfit gets approved for manned test flights, and hopes to make it personal propulsion pack you can buy in 2015.
Academics have responded to Elon Musk's hotly-anticipated transport concept, Hyperloop, by calling it unrealistic and "hyperloopy".
A Texan studio won't take a portfolio of images for photo frames—you'll get a 3D printed figurine instead.
The Mens Amplio is larger-than-life interactive art piece that translates your thoughts into LED lighting and fiaaaah.
Elon Musk's much-hyped Hyperloop details are out, and it's what you expected: sub-sonic pneumatic tubes.
Make next year's Pi Day celebration go a little more smoothly with a pi pan. Get it? Pi pan? I...OK, I'll stop now.
I can’t believe I just made that pun.
Thanks to facial recognition, vending machines are getting smart enough to understand that a yawn means "give me coffee."