Researchers at Georgia Tech use ultrasound to extend the technology behind prosthetic hands and deliver the results to an amputee musician.
A team from the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) used 3D printing to create the country's largest 3D printed building.
The global apartment and home rental service Airbnb will incorporate VR/AR technology to allow users to visit locations before renting them.
Birch Aquarium fits their loggerhead sea turtle with a 3D printed brace, filling the gap that's been in her shell since 2014.
MakeX launched Migo on Kickstarter, a 3D printer which you can carry around in a stylish backpack. They've smashed their goal of $100,000.
Shapr3D integrates with Siemens PLM and Tech Soft 3D to release professional-grade 3D CAD modeling software for the iPad Pro.
The FieldLab is solar-powered and compact, making it suitable for conflict-ridden and remote areas requiring medical assistance.
Aleph Objects is releasing three new products for 2018 and showcasing their seven new releases from 2017 at CES 2018 and FETC 2018 in January.
Adding to their Industrial range of materials, Polymaker and Covestro announce the launch of two polyurethane materials, U1000 and U0174D.
Researchers in Serbia have created a diagnostic tool to assess spine curvature in potential scoliosis patients. The benefits are less repeated radiation exposures, which are known to cause breast cancer in patients.
Barilla has selected three winners for their second 3D printed pasta competition, chosen from a pool of over a thousand entries!
So you thought that glow-in the-dark, conductive or magnetic filaments are exotic? You have no idea how exotic things are getting...
Learn how Felipe Castañeda, MakerBot Industrial Designer, used CAD and 3D printing to develop his very own custom bike saddle.
French maker Grégoire Pfennig releases his record-breaking 33x33x33 Rubik's Cube, a complex puzzle featuring 6,153 3D printed parts.