Using a 3D printer, Brunel University researchers have fabricated a flexible wearable battery that could charge up a smartphone and more.
Two Swedish designers are creating sustainable 3D printed ceramics, from tea light holders to small plates, in a range of colors, including punky pink.
A 70 large collection of 17th-century Dutch Old Masters artworks have been digitized and housed in a specially commissioned VR museum.
A division of the U.S. Marines is 3D printing and testing small explosive devices, which could be used on the battlefield in the near future.
For a limited time, Aldi supermarkets in Australia will sell the Cocoon Create desktop 3D printer once again, but this time for just $299.
XYZprinting releases the da Vinci Super 3D printer, offering a 29x29x30 cm build volume and third-party filament compatibility.
Art installation White Noise pits consumption vs. conservation against each other on Twitter to determine the fate of an AR coral reef.
Joe Te Wharau uses 3D printing and traditional Maori designs to create a collection of artistic pendants, called "Matihiko Taonga V1.0".
A research team from Jagiellonian University are using a desktop 3D printer to create silicone liver models to improve preoperative planning.
BonaDrone offers up the new Mosquito 150, an educational drone kit that includes plans to wire, assemble and 3D print parts.
Maartje Dijkstra is a fashion designer inspired by technology and electronic music whose latest piece, Optic Traces, is turning heads.
Austrian researchers have developed a process to create objects that can self-transform from 2D to 3D without external influence.
Microsoft ceases production of its Kinect motion tracking sensor for the Xbox. Herald of a gaming future that was never to be, it lives on as an cheap and efficient scanning tool. So grab one quick.
A maker of oral hygiene products and shower heads, Water Pik, relies on LulzBot 3D Printers to deliver quality products with proven results.
A 12-year-old created a FlappyBird clone Game Console, based on Arduino, using 3D printing. He is also launching a Kickstarter campaign soon.
New Kickstarter Goliath claims to "turn BIG ideas into tangible items". The autonomous CNC milling robot could potentially tackle huge jobs.