Hanna is a freelance journalist and writer from a dead-end county in deepest England who has come to Berlin to seek her fortune and write about the future (see:3D printing). Avid internet enthusiast and night owl.
A Kickstarter campaign brings you the Scandy Sphere which captures your world in 360 degrees in a full colour, 3D printed sphere.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have hacked a low-cost MakerBot 3D printer to print human tissue.
At Paris Games Week, Media Molecule, revealed more of their project - they want to make it possible to craft your dreams into 3D and print them.
In perfect time for Halloween, designer and inventor Joris van Tubergen, has created a 3D printed scarecrow for the Scarecrow Festival.
You guessed it, 3D printing is most definitely a disruptive technology for business. But which are the other four? All will be revealed.
Have you had a rough week? Need a hug? Now you can build a 3D printed robot for that - and it’s not very complicated.
An Instructables user has shared instructions for building an Ardunio-powered drawing robot, originally designed for a 10-hour workshop for ChickTech.org.
Experts in the fields of 3D food printing have spent three years creating appetising and easy to swallow 3D printed meals for the elderly.
Industrial designer Marc Newson designs a limited edition sterling silver tea service, prototyped with a 3D printer and built by hand.
Only 14 years old, Seth Folsom is designing and building his own 3D printers, and inspiring his fellow students to follow in his footsteps.
3D printing steps into the spotlight again, this time a custom pair of 3D printed heels worn by the Dutch Minister of Education.
A clever concept for renewable energy, the Raflesia is a 3D printed wind turbine you can attach to an air vent or fan to harvest power.
Dutch manufacturers have released open source blueprints for the two newest printers in their range, Ultimaker 2 Go and Ultimaker Extended.
In their latest Creative Inspirations short film, Lynda.com profiles a digital fabrication class at Eastern Michigan University in Detroit.
Is that thing real? It looks real. And dangerous. Maker David Wirth put together a fully functional handheld railgun in his workshop.
One step closer to reality, the construction of the world’s first fully functional 3D printed bridge has officially commenced in Amsterdam.
A new bi-directional energy flow platform has been developed to radically change the way we power our homes and vehicles.
Dental researchers have created 3D printed teeth, specially designed to eliminate nasty germs and bacteria from your mouth.
An innovative idea has the potential to absorb pollution and bring back the beauty of the ocean... in the form of an eco-bikini!
Face furniture moves into the 21st century with these crazy 3D printed glasses from Biz Eyes. Four eyes are better than two!