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There's An Audacious Plan To End Hunger With 3-D Printed Food

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Anjan Contractor's 3D food printer might evoke visions of the "replicator" popularized in Star Trek, from which Captain Picard was constantly interrupting himself to order tea. And indeed Contractor's company, Systems & Materials Research Corporation, just got a six month, $125,000 grant from NASA to create a prototype of his universal food synthesizer. But...
There's An Audacious Plan To End Hunger With 3-D Printed Food
Bukobot’s $600 open-source 3D printer close to being a reality

Everyone Went Nuts Over MakerBot's New 3D Printer

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MakerBot's CEO Bre Pettis held a press conference at his company's booth at CES today. The company is innovating in the consumer 3D printing market and unveiled the new Replicator 2X 3-D printer. The Replicator 2X makes it even easier for casual users to manufacture right at home. The new device...
Everyone Went Nuts Over MakerBot's New 3D Printer
A 3D-printed punch card reader: the first step to a working printed computer

Lynx A 3D point-and-shoot camera/tablet does motion capture and 3D modeling, we go hands-on

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Earlier this year, a group of enterprising students from the University of Texas unveiled the Lynx A 3D camera and asked for money to fund its construction on Kickstarter. Since then, they've soared past their funding goal of $50,000, and are getting ready to ship out their first set...
Lynx A 3D point-and-shoot camera/tablet does motion capture and 3D modeling, we go hands-on
The 'uncanny valley' of 3D printed food could be a natural fit for astronauts

Former Makerbot COO Is Selling His Own 3D Home Printer, Which Starts at Just $500

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The Solidoodle in action at New York Tech Day. (Photo: Ben Weitzenkorn) Sam Cervantes, a former aerospace engineer, spent almost a year as chief of operations for Brooklyn-based 3D printing powerhouse Makerbot before leaving at the end of 2010 under undisclosed circumstances. But after about a year, he bounced back...
Former Makerbot COO Is Selling His Own 3D Home Printer, Which Starts at Just $500

Star Trek technology: how 21st century scientists are making it so | Corrinne Burns

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Many have been inspired by Star Trek to become scientists, and some are starting to make its gadgetry a realityDestination Star Trek London has kicked off at the ExCeL exhibition centre, and I'm willing to bet that among those heading down for a weekend of pointy-eared fun, there'll be a...
Star Trek technology: how 21st century scientists are making it so | Corrinne Burns

Minecraft: Xbox 360 edition – review

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Xbox 360; 1600 Microsoft Points (about £13); cert 7+; Mojang/4J StudiosWith 25 million registered players and a hardcore community that makes the Scientologists look feckless and uncommitted, Minecraft is one of indie gaming's most astonishing and important success stories.Originally released on the PC in 2009 as a working project, the...
Minecraft: Xbox 360 edition – review
Josh will be on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tonight with HTC First, Makerbot Replicator, and more!
3D Systems CEO: We want 3D printing to be as big as the iPad
The audacious plan to end hunger with 3-D printed food

MakerBot Unveils Desktop Scanner Prototype for Amateur 3-D Printing

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MakerBot, the company which specializes in selling 3-D printing hardware to individuals and smaller companies, unveiled a small, desktop-sized 3-D scanner prototype at the South By Southwest conference on Friday. MakerBot founder Bre Pettis said the device uses a series of cameras and lasers to scan an object, and then...
MakerBot Unveils Desktop Scanner Prototype for Amateur 3-D Printing
3D printing poised on the edge of the mainstream (photo gallery)
Inside Google's quest to build the Star Trek computer
What You Need To Know About The Liberator 3D-Printed Pistol

Engadget Podcast 304 - 08.03.2012

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Another week sails by on the good ship The Engadget Podcast -- come aboard. We can print you a margarita. Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater Guest: Terrence O'Brien Producer: Trent Wolbe Music: Orbital - Never 01:15 - Google postponing Nexus Q launch to 'make it better,' sending a free...
Engadget Podcast 304 - 08.03.2012

Print your own headphones on a MakerBot Replicator and beat Dre at his own game

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As 3D printers become more and more accessible to a consumer audience, one question lingers above the rest: why? Granted, they're incredibly cool, but what, if any, are the practical implication of such a technology? For the most part, the great ambassadors of 3D printing have largely been printable...
Print your own headphones on a MakerBot Replicator and beat Dre at his own game

Ready To Download Your Next Pair Of Shoes? How 3D Printing Is Turning Bits Into Atoms

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Remember how, in "Star Trek," Captain Picard could tell a computer "tea, Earl Grey, hot" and, voilà, out of thin air, a hot, Early Grey tea would appear on a tray? That computer was called a Replicator.  What it did was use software made of bits to create objects made...
Ready To Download Your Next Pair Of Shoes? How 3D Printing Is Turning Bits Into Atoms
Star Trek's replicator comes to life, thanks to NASA funding

Home-baked idea? Nasa mulls 3D printers for food replication

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New technology could have wider commercial application or even aid the fight against world hungerNasa can send robots to Mars, no problem. But if it's ever going to put humans on the red planet, it has to figure out how to feed them over the course of a years-long mission....
Home-baked idea? Nasa mulls 3D printers for food replication
This 3D printed prosthetic 'Robohand' will restore your faith in humanity

Visualized: NASA's MakerBot Replicator

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Between this and the Arduino, you'd think NASA's Swamp Works was a hackerspace -- though, perhaps in a sense, the research facility kind of is. And really, between the organization's on-going fascination with the potential of 3D printing and a desire to meet budgetary concerns, we probably shouldn't have...
Visualized: NASA's MakerBot Replicator

Inside MakerBot, Where The Future Is Printed In 3D [OFFICE TOUR]

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Bre Pettis profoundly believes that 3D printing can make the world a better place. And after talking to him, it's hard not to leave feeling the same way. The key is how it lets you experiment in the physical world in the same way people do with software. "You learn...
Inside MakerBot, Where The Future Is Printed In 3D [OFFICE TOUR]
Inside The Brand New Makerbot Retail Store

FORM 1 delivers high-end 3D printing for an affordable price, meets Kickstarter goal in 1 day

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A $2,300 3D printer isn't really anything special anymore. We've seen them as cheap as $350 in fact. But all those affordable units are of the extrusion variety -- meaning they lay out molten plastic in layers. The FORM 1 opts for a method called stereolithography that blasts liquid...
FORM 1 delivers high-end 3D printing for an affordable price, meets Kickstarter goal in 1 day

This Child Has A Robot Hand Made With 3D Printers

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Despite being thousands of miles apart, Ivan Owen in Bellingham, Washington and Richard Van As in South Africa built a working robotic hand for a South African boy named Liam who was born without fingers, reports TechCrunch. When the team at MakerBot, a popular 3D printing company, heard about the project,...
This Child Has A Robot Hand Made With 3D Printers

Eyes-on with 3D System's CubeX and next-generation Cube

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3D Systems isn't exactly new to the consumer 3D printing space, but its history lies in professional additive manufacturing. Its machines have found homes around the globe in high profile businesses like Boeing. That hasn't stopped the company from rolling out a pair of impressive home options at CES....
Eyes-on with 3D System's CubeX and next-generation Cube
MakerBot makes a big move to Brookyln’s MetroTech Center
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