On October 19th to 21st 2012, the 3D Printshow was held in London. Renowned futurist Christopher Barnett has provided us with a video report of the show.
Paleoartist Tyler Keillor’s already successful Kickstarter project will restore dinosaur skeletons and reconstruct their living appearance with 3D printing.
You know the saying, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” That’s right, it was built in a semester by size Yale students, their professor and a 3D printer.
Check out this wicked sterling silver cutlery set designed by 3D modeler, designer, product designer, artist, maker, artisan and user of colorful words, Eragatory.
There an interesting new project on Kickstarter which is making watches with a beautiful 3D-printed San Francisco skyline on the face. NY City skyline is coming next.
From an exhibition of Digital Sculpture, called “Materiality and Beyond,” just presented by Sumita Chauhan in the Studio3 Gallery, School of Arts, Jarman Building, University of Kent.
Nearly all animators have at least basic knowledge of software capable of creating 3D objects and exporting them in formats coincidentally compatible with 3D printers.
Disney is using 3D printing again, in one of their Disney Experiences. In this case, little girls can have their faces placed on a 7″ Disney Princess.
The Variable Cross web page lets you design a sterling silver cross pendant, with a multitude of customizations, have it 3D printed and shipped to your home. Even if you don’t buy one, play with it!