Impossible Objects raised $6.4 million in a Series A investment round led by OCA Ventures. They'll release the Model One printer this year.
Data glasses are a new smart wearable made with an SLS printer which are useful for industrial applications. Would you wear a pair?
The State Library Queensland in Australia plans to recreate a rare and delicate Braille Globe using scanning and 3D printing technologies.
International Stem Cell Corporation are using a new 3D bioprinting method to produce 3D liver tissue and help treat liver diseases.
Yona Care is offering a new speculum design, developed using 3D printing, which hopes to make gynecologist trips more enjoyable.
3D printing brain scans could help doctors diagnose and treat brain tumors and has already changed what we know about MS lesions.
Chinese maker and tech reviewer Naomi Wu, aka SexyCyborg, tests her 3D printer backpack while walking through the city of Shenzhen.
Data visualization meets 3D printing with a map documenting hate groups in the United States. Learn about the intriguing work of Dano Wall.
Patient-specific neonatal manikins, created using 3D printing and 3D printed molds, help surgeons practice before heading into surgery.
On display at the In(3D)ustry trade show in Barcelona, the VIT SLS is a new benchtop SLS printer coming to Kickstarter at the end of October.
When it comes to theatre sets, 3D printers are used to create masks, props, and furniture. But a whole stage dressing? That’s a first.
A patent application was granted to Apple which lays outs a 3D printing system that works in tandem with ARKit Augmented Reality.
Casio has developed a 2.5D printer called Mofrel which can produce high quality plastic "leather", currently on display in Japan.
New to the international trade show scene, In(3D)ustry promotes the use of 3D printing in the industrial sector with a "Museum of Reality".
Dutch lens-maker Luxexcel has received a large investment boost in its efforts to create prescription eyewear for popular VR and AR hardware.
MasterpieceVR software makes it possible to collaborate with other 3D modelers and live stream to the masses through Facebook or YouTube.
South African mechanical engineering technologist Nneile Nkholise uses 3D print tech to create 1,000 prostheses for breast cancer survivors.