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New company Skelmet uses 3D scanning and printing to make custom sunglasses that fit perfectly and don’t weigh heavily on your face.
McDonald’s has created a STRAW, or Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal, to perfectly complement its new Chocolate Shamrock Shake.
Inspired by hyperactivity, spring heel shoes by Neta Soreq have a unique “energetic pass” design only made possible through 3D printing.
Researchers at the University of Utah used 3D printing to prototype “Smart Glasses” with liquid lenses that adjust to the wearer’s sight.
Capturing the frustration and the beauty of the software loading screen, Analogue Loaders is a stop motion animation made with 3D printing.
A Dutch architect is planning to use a unique 3D printer to construct a large building in the shape of a “Möbius Strip” infinite loop.
The 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity is marked with a 3D printed book called “Genius: 100 Visions of the Future”.
3D printing steps into the spotlight again, this time a custom pair of 3D printed heels worn by the Dutch Minister of Education.
Jungsub Shim in a Korean designer who used a 3Doodler to create a functioning Connect chair for her design course at Hongik University in Seoul.
Designer Eliza Wrobel created a multifunctional walker prototype using a 3D printer to help disabled people who want to remain active.