The White House has released a behind-the-scenes video.
We had volunteers try geometric treats. Here's what they had to say.
Some technology just goes too far. But some hits the bullseye dead center. When you’re looking for tech that's getting it right, shoot no further than Toshiba.
2014 is the space age, apparently.
Plus Mindy Kaling's revolutionary kissing invention, a 3D printer that makes pizza, and the definitive Ann Veal Arrested Development supercut.
The Liberator is the world's first successfully printed, assembled, and fired gun.
Download these fists, dildos, and Justin Biebers and print them at your local 3D printshop.
This is what Halo would look like if it'd taken place during the Industrial Revolution. Micah Ganske over 700 of work into his 3-D vision.
Two-year-old Emma was born with a condition called arthrogryposis, which makes her unable to move her arms. So researchers designed and 3D-printed her a lightweight exoskeleton to help her play just like everyone else.
Assuming you have a 3D printer. Anyone know if the liquid resin used would be able to support a human's weight?
Han Solo got to do it for free, the lucky sod. All the fun of being locked in stasis with none of the hibernation sickness.
If you've heard of 3D Printers but never seen one in action, this video will blow your mind. The possibilities are virtually endless.
The world's hermit crab population is short a few shells, but the folks at MakerBot are here to help. Project Shelter is their effort to crowd-source a printable 3D hermit crab shell. Can you give them a hand? Here's what they've done so far.
Mmmmm, liquified food of the future. Somehow this is less appetizing than the pill food of the retro Jetsons future.
You have to check this out. Using LEGOs and a drill bit, Arthur Sacek built this awesome milling machine. The results don't look like much until the extra floral foam is vacuumed away.
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