Cool Idea: Using Tiny 3-D Printed Parts to Hack Other Products | Digital Design and Manufacturing | Scoop.it
"Thanks to advances in technology and drops in price, it’s become possible to imagine a 3-D printer in every home. What’s less clear is what we’ll do with these wondrous machines. It’ll be decades, if ever, before we can print a pair of Nikes. Luckily, Japanese design studio Takt Project predicts a future where mass-produced products and 3-D printed parts can be mashed up to create wild new wares."