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ExplainingTheFuture.com : 3D Printing

ExplainingTheFuture.com : 3D Printing | Information Technology PHD | Scoop.it

Imagine a future in which a device connected to a computer can print a solid object. A future in which we can have tangible goods as well as intangible services delivered to our desktops or highstreet shops over the Internet. And a future in which the everyday "atomization" of virtual objects into hard reality has turned the mass pre-production and stock-holding of a wide range of goods and spare parts into no more than an historical legacy.


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Sworoba OyetKep's curator insight, March 17, 2013 8:21 PM

This articles explains all the different uses for 3D printing. From Industrial uses to medical practices the 3D printer is reshaping our future. The author of the article Christopher Barnatt does a very spledid job of explaining what 3D printers are all about and what is the next phase for its future. He offers information from a wide range of reliable sources and communicates them effectively. He dissuces the details of 3D printers and the current prototyping being experimented with it. The author is a futurist with a realistic mind set that one day we all may be able to own a 3D printer in our households. In saying that i think future applications of 3D printing will completly revolutionise our lives. With the rapid change in the technology trend the future is wide open to many opportunities for the 3D printer. 

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What to say when someone asks you: “Should I do a PhD?”

What to say when someone asks you: “Should I do a PhD?” | Information Technology PHD | Scoop.it
"Do you think I should do a PhD?"

It seems like I can't go to a party without at least one person asking me this question - does this happen to you too?

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Reading, Writing and Video Games

Reading, Writing and Video Games | Information Technology PHD | Scoop.it
The concepts of work and play have become farcically reversed: schoolwork is meant to be superfun and play, like homework, is meant to teach.

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Ten rules to make all games better | | Edge Online

Ten rules to make all games better | | Edge Online | Information Technology PHD | Scoop.it

Nothing but common sense here, good review of some of the rules game designers should keep in mind when making video games. One of the most important and currently crucial is that F2P is not a genre, it's a business model. When business model directs creativity we end up with crappy but unfortunately commercially succesful games.


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Apple Sets Sights on Augmented Reality for iOS Devices

Apple Sets Sights on Augmented Reality for iOS Devices | Information Technology PHD | Scoop.it
Apple won a patent for an augmented reality system that combines the real world with computer-generated imagery. Could this be the future of iOS devices?

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Discovery Graduates | News Detail | Raspberry Pi inventor: ‘I still use my PhD notes’

Discovery Graduates | News Detail | Raspberry Pi inventor: ‘I still use my PhD notes’ | Information Technology PHD | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi inventor: ‘I still use my PhD notes’ - please share http://t.co/cLhaT0GJ

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About Wii U and video games evolution | Ian Bogost / Gamasutra

About Wii U and video games evolution | Ian Bogost / Gamasutra | Information Technology PHD | Scoop.it
What is Nintendo really attempting to do with the Wii U? Ian Bogost, in the latest installment of Persuasive Games, searches for the meaning behind the dual-screen play of Nintendo's freshly-released console.

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