Try using a 3D printer to reproduce models of Left Shark — the meme inspired by Katy Perry's goofy backup dancer at the Super Bowl halftime show — and expect lawyers to bite. But should the pop star own the rights to what's become an internet punchline?
The world’s first compact 3D printer that can also scan items, creating their digitized models, has been unveiled in the US. The $2,200 device, created in Singapore with the help of a crowdfunding campaign, doesn’t require much knowledge of 3D software.
Try to imagine warfare in 2035, and you might come up with Hollywood-style visions of soldiers in powered exoskeletons battling robots with laser rifles. A new three-year-long study suggests the dominant technologies may come from much closer to home
Researchers around the world are experimenting with ways to use 3D printers to make food. Their efforts could one day aid nutrition and sustainability. So far, most of the work is in printing sugar and chocolate.
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