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The time-honored tradition of browsing a jewelry store -- wallet in hand and heart in throat -- is being turned upside down, thanks to one New York jeweler's tech-forward thinking. American Pearl is using 3D printing to let customers create their own
Scientists have developed an app that allows an ordinary smartphone to capture and display three-dimensional models of real-world objects. Instead of taking a normal photograph, a user simply moves the phone around the object of interest and after a
Alec Tabak/for New York Daily News A gnome figure rotates through laser beams on the turntable of the new MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner at the MakerBot store in Manhattan. It was once the stuff of sci-fi but now it can help you stuff those
Its 3D geological modelling software, Leapfrog , is helping the world's biggest gold-mining companies strike it lucky...Geo chief executive Shaun Maloney says SRK Consulting was after an innovative way to shortcut the long-winded process of
3D is the new buzzword in home theater, and depending on who talk to it is going to be either the greatest thing since sliced-bread or the biggest consumer electronics folly ever. Obviously, the real truth is somewhere in-between. Where do you
Show in London and Paris, a two-day venue in each city featuring the latest 3D printed art, design, fashion, architecture, and business creations. The event likes to bill 3D printing as having the potential to impact this decade the same way the
With most of its 137 million objects kept behind the scenes or in a faraway museum, the Smithsonian Institution is launching a new 3D scanning and printing initiative to make more of its massive collection accessible to schools, researchers and the
Rapid Prototype In the past, the challenge of mass manufacturing was that a product had to be perfect, and its process of assembly had to be exact before it could be copied and shipped millions of times. In the not too distant past, this required
Work (Infographic) ] Visualizing rocks, in space A former petroleum geologist, Hasiuk sees 3D printing as a new way to visualize pore spaces in rocks the tiny voids where oil, gas and fluids hide. Franek Hasiuk, a geologist at Iowa State University "
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