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3D Printing Ice Cubes

Everyone should drink whisky on the rocks with 3D printed ice cube sculptures at least once

By on April 1, 2015 at 5:55 PM.

Everyone should drink whisky on the rocks with 3D printed ice cube sculptures at least once

If whiskey on the rocks is your favorite drink and you’re trying to figure out ways of making it more interesting, then you simply have to see this awesome “rocks” trick that was especially crafted for a TV commercial with help of amazing 3D printing technology. More →

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Google Oculus Rift Rival Presentation

Google is investing in a virtual reality company that could be even cooler than Oculus

By on October 14, 2014 at 7:30 PM.

Google is investing in a virtual reality company that could be even cooler than Oculus

The Oculus Rift has become a name that’s synonymous with virtual reality gaming, but Google hopes to also get in on the action with a new investment in a company called Magic Leap. Originally reported by Re/Code, Magic Leap is calling its technology “cinematic reality,” and Google is planning to invest millions of dollars to make this virtual reality an actual reality. More →

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Ultrascope Nokia 3D

This amazing 3D-printed automated observatory is the best reason ever to own a Nokia Lumia

By on October 9, 2014 at 3:45 PM.

This amazing 3D-printed automated observatory is the best reason ever to own a Nokia Lumia

Many grow up looking up to the skies with wonder and amazement. Children dreamed of what it would be like to travel to space to float around and use all that science-fiction inspired technology. Many of us will never get the chance to realize that dream, although this 3D-printed Nokia Lumia-powered automated robotic observatory might be as close as we’ll ever get.

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3D Holographic Video Machine

These incredible 3D holograms make Star Wars sci-fi tech a reality

By on July 28, 2014 at 3:33 PM.

These incredible 3D holograms make Star Wars sci-fi tech a reality

After decades of incredible technological advancements, we now have a greater understanding of which former pipe dreams might be within reach and which are better left to the world of science fiction. Holographic video has been one of the sci-fi concepts slowly transitioning into the real world over the past several years, and this amazing project from Chris Helson and Sarah Jackets is about as close to the Star Wars hologram as we’ve ever seen. More →

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3D Hologram Projector Chip

Star Wars-like 3D projectors may be coming to smartphones sooner than you think

By on June 3, 2014 at 6:00 PM.

Star Wars-like 3D projectors may be coming to smartphones sooner than you think

Earlier this year, we revealed that Amazon is working on a phone that uses multiple cameras to make its screen look 3D. While this may sound like something that will bring us one step closer to Star Wars–esque holograms, it will be much different because the 3D image would clearly be under the phone’s display. However, one company from California is working to go a step further, and according to a profile by the Wall Street Journal, we may see its 3D projector that can fit into smartphones and living rooms as soon as the end of next year. More →

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Oculus Rift D-Day 3D Landings

Video: Awesome D-Day project lets you explore WW2 tech in 3D with Oculus Rift

By on May 27, 2014 at 4:40 PM.

Video: Awesome D-Day project lets you explore WW2 tech in 3D with Oculus Rift

French 3D company Dassault Systemes has created an awesome virtual universe to mark the anniversary of the June 6, 1944 “D-Day” landings and the technology that made them possible, VentureBeat reports. The huge project allows users to explore historical places and equipment from that era by using a virtual reality headset such as the Oculus Rift. More →

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3Doodler Launch

Incredible $99 handheld 3D printer coming soon to a store near you

By on January 7, 2014 at 6:30 PM.

Incredible $99 handheld 3D printer coming soon to a store near you

3D printing has been a huge deal for businesses for some time now, but consumers are just  beginning to get a taste of this amazing new technology thanks to a new wave of more affordable devices. MakerBot announced a very cool new consumer-grade 3D printer during this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show, but it still costs $1,375, which means it’s probably only a good buy for people with a real need for 3D model printing. But those looking to simply dabble with the exciting emerging tech will soon have a nearby option in the form of WobbleWorks’ 3Doodler. More →

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MakerBot Replicator Mini

MakerBot unveils an awesome 3D printer you can actually afford

By on January 7, 2014 at 1:39 PM.

MakerBot unveils an awesome 3D printer you can actually afford

The king of 3D printing has a new mission: bring its exciting technology to the masses. Stratasys-owned MakerBot unveiled a new 3D printer from the International Consumer Electronics Show this week and it could very well bring 3D printing to an entirely new base of customers. Dubbed the Replicator Mini, MakerBot’s new box uses the same corn-based plastic material as its professional printers but it is much smaller and more affordable. It’s also remarkably simple, as noted by MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis. More →

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Stratasys 3D Printing Analysis

The king of 3D printing

The king of 3D printing

By on December 10, 2013 at 2:05 PM.

3D printing is reshaping industries, especially manufacturing, as companies look to cut costs and make their own parts. Boeing has said it is using 3D printing to create more than 20,000 airplane components, and hopes to make wings one day using 3D printers. Stratasys is at the forefront of the industry, and it’s only poised to get bigger. More →

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Why Sony’s decision to stop pushing 3D gaming on its users is the right call

Why Sony’s decision to stop pushing 3D gaming on its users is the right call

By on October 1, 2012 at 10:05 PM.

PlayStation 3D Gaming

After years of trying to push 3D gaming onto PlayStation 3 users, Sony (SNE) is finally waking up and realizing nobody really cared or wanted the added depth. Speaking with Eurogamer, Sony’s UK vice president and marketing director Fergal Gara said that “it’s fair to say consumers have decided it’s not hugely important at this time. It’s a capability we’ve got. It may have a bigger life a little further down the line.” Gara blamed 3D’s failure to explode in the living room on two factors: wearing 3D glasses is a hassle and watching 3D at home is not a focused viewing experience as it is in a theater because of all the distractions from other devices such as tablets.

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See-through 3D computer with gesture controls gives us a glimpse of the future [video]

See-through 3D computer with gesture controls gives us a glimpse of the future [video]

By on March 28, 2012 at 10:40 AM.

Some believe a future full of massive, gesture-controlled computer displays like the ones seen in Twentieth Century Fox’s Minority Report are an inevitability, and a prototype PC designed by an intern with the Microsoft Applied Sciences Group may be among the first steps in making that future a reality. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D student and MIT Media Lab research assistant Jinha Lee recently set out to change the way we interact with desktop computers. While progress has been made with 3D display technology, 3D has not yet proliferated in the personal computing space and Lee wants to change that. The end result of his work is a fascinating desktop computer with a transparent 3D display and a unique gesture-based interface that could change the way we use computers. More →

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Sony Ericsson announces 3D-capable Xperia arc S

Sony Ericsson announces 3D-capable Xperia arc S

By on September 1, 2011 at 3:15 AM.

Sony officially announced the Xperia arc S, a high-end Android smartphone, during the IFA trade show in Berlin on Wednesday. The Xperia arc S is equipped with a 1.4GHz processor, the ability to shoot 3D and 3D panorama pictures, 8GB of storage, an 8.1-megapixel camera and a 4.3-inch Reality display with an 854 x 480-pixel resoluteness. The handset runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and has access to Sony’s Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited storefronts. Sony did not provide pricing details for the Xperia arc S but said the phone will be available in select global markets during the fourth quarter of this year in white, blue, silver, black and pink. Read on for the full press release. More →

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