This week we focus on the future, when the world is flooded, when fossil fuels are defunct and when robots do the heavy-lifting.
Industrial robots could one day use bionic elephant trunks to change lightbulbs or pick apples. Continue reading →
Doctors and designers scanned the healthy side of the man's face and then used 3-D printing technology to fabricate new plates for reconstructive surgery on the damaged skull. Continue reading →
Scientists fabricated a realistic 3-D fingerprint with all its loops and swirls in a commercial 3-D printer.
Radical shifts in shoe design are just around the corner.
The "Lickestra" band rocks out using only their tongues and sensor-equipped vanilla ice cream cones. Continue reading →
Forget plastic, the MX3D-Metal robot prints with stainless steel, aluminum, bronze or copper. Continue reading →
Impressive edibles that emerged from 3-D printers.
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