Atlas Obscura is exploring Virtual Reality technology to bring users to places in the world which they don't normally have access to.
Surgeons from Morriston Hospital use 3D printing to create a customized titanium implant for a woman with a jaw tumor.
All3DP talks to Cubibot CEO Aria Noorazar about their compact, affordable, and feature-filled Cubibot 3D printer, now live on Kickstarter.
MIT and Aether are collaborating to provide students at the university with Aether 1 3D printers so they can research bio-materials, including Citrene.
Ancient piece of video game trivia is given a 21st century makeover; say hello to the Power Glove VR, upgraded with Arduino and 3D printing.
The Yissum Research Development Company reveals a new 3D printing process to produce "personalized food" based from nano-cellulose material.
Building your own 3D printer? Choose your 3D printer controller wisely using this list of 3D printer controllers you can buy on Amazon.
Electrical engineering student, Tim Lindquist, used his knowledge to create his own Nintendo Switch lookalike which he calls the Nintimdo RP.
A redditor takes 3D printed prosthetics one step further by modeling and creating a new foot for his father's beloved G.I. Joe action figure.
The chemical and consumer goods giant Henkel is planning construction of a multi-million dollar industrial 3D printing facility in Dublin.
Sleepy computer getting on your nerves? Then perhaps the mouse wiggler is the over-engineered solution to your first-world problem.
Wired Magazine report glimpses the rapid prototyping facility Microsoft uses to mock up its products, including the new Xbox One X.
Dutch company Aectual makes beautiful floors for public spaces which are sustainable, customizable, and 3D printed by giant robot arms.
James Bruton, the man behind the YouTube channel XRobots, breaks the Guinness World Record for largest 3D printed sculpture.
Yes, you should, says Miles Scott. And better not underestimate your child’s capabilities - and don’t buy a dedicated "kids 3D printer".
The London creative agency DBLG and animation studio Animade create stop animation with 3D printed stamps imprinted on real-life bodies.