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Local Motors just 3D-printed a car live at an auto show

Auto shows are typically a place to debut cars, not to build them — but then again, Local Motors isn't your everyday automaker.


The printing of the car takes 44 hours
The Phoenix-based...

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Need a Chair? Now You Can 3D Print One at Home Thanks to Joris Laarman

Need a Chair?  Now You Can 3D Print One at Home Thanks to Joris Laarman | Architecture | Scoop.it
Who says that 3D printers are only for making small objects such as toys, spare parts, and chess pieces? Artist Joris Laarman and several others are changing th

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Ionut Anton's curator insight, May 18, 2014 5:44 AM

3d print your own chair at home

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Moscow Architects Invent a Shape-Shifting Cellular Building That Talks to You

Moscow Architects Invent a Shape-Shifting Cellular Building That Talks to You | Architecture | Scoop.it
The Hypercube by Bernaskoni is an adaptable structure for the even more flexible economy of the 21st century. Considering first the needs of its users, it was conceptualized as a hub to generate the flows of people and ideas in a convergence of innovation, ushering new forms of collaboration.

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A very interesting idea for a dynamic building.

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