September 17th, 2014
Some of us may not be planning for the next month or year, so thinking about the methods the world will use to travel in the future might seem irrelevant and even pointless. And yet, in the world of scarce energy resources, one can’t help but wonder what incomprehensible inventions are waiting for us in as far ahead as the world of 2050.
Will we be flying in our personal airborne systems? Or stuck in one giant traffic jam, not going anywhere? Will we use the power of our minds to get from point A to point B (teleportation?) or will we be utterly reliant on alternative energy? It’s hard to tell. So let’s put aside the smart talks about the necessary technological breakthroughs and do something much more inspiring – let’s wonder.
September 17th, 2014
Since the Maker Movement has gathered an increasing amount of momentum, we tend to hear more and more about this curious, tech-influenced community of hobbyists, enthusiasts and amateurs, who are driven by innovative technologies (such as 3D printing) to create new products and produce value in the community.
This time we’re talking to Lucy Morrissey, director of social media for 3Dprintler, about their unique 3Dponics project, which is the first 3D-printable hydroponics system. It's also Internet-enabled, and soon it will be solar-powered.
September 16th, 2014
When you look into the future, what do you see? Super smart technologies, robotics, smart living and most certainly – 3D printing. Our kids will live in a completely new world, so our job is to make their transition as smooth as possible. We have talked extensively about the ways that 3D printing is changing the world, leaving no spheres of life untouched – education and children’s market being no exception. What potential does 3D printing offer in creating new experiences for children? Endless. Read on.
September 4th, 2014
Urban cycling is blooming. The two-wheeled monsters are reclaiming city streets and that’s good news for the planet, for our own health and the bank account. Yet, every cyclist has his own style, habits and needs, while urban bikes can’t always meet them. We’re way passed that evolutionary stage when one-size-fits-all. So, that’s where 3D printing comes in.
September 1st, 2014
Warning! This quiz contains dangerously yummy images of cakes, breads, seafood and various delicious meals; not all of them are real, though. 3D artists are throwing you a challenge: CAN you tell, which of these images are computer-generated?
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