What is Networked 3D Printing?

A new social network called 3D Hubs allows users to connect their home 3D printers to local nodes that work with a global distribution manufacturing facility. These 3D printers are networked through a web interface, allowing users without 3D printer … Read More

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Holographic Screens for Your Smartphone

Researchers at HP Labs in California have developed a new technology. The ardent engineers and scientists have built a small, glasses-free 3D display that allows multi-angle viewing on devices such as smartphones. The screen produces hologram-type 3D images that are … Read More

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3D Printed Treats for Chocolate Lovers

We have experienced some amazing leaps and bounds in the development of 3D printing, but who would have thought that chocolate would enter the equation? What will come as good news to the craftiest of chocolate lovers, is a new … Read More

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Three 3D Movies to Look Forward To

It looks like the next few years will be exciting and interesting due to the expected birth of new 3D movies. We’re looking forward to three of them that we think will be blockbusters. Cool effects and new technologies are … Read More

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White Screen Technology for 3D

RealD has developed a technology that combines 2D white screens with the ability to project polarized 3D images. This enables viewing  to be four to five times brighter than on a standard silver screen. Called Precision White Screen, the technology … Read More

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Are 3D Movies Falling Out of Favor?

Back in 2009, the 3D movie craze exploded through the success of James Cameron’s sci-fi epic, Avatar. Since then, several other films have been produced or converted into 3D format, hoping for the same results the team behind Avatar enjoyed. … Read More

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3D Print a Mini You?

That’s right, 3D printing technology has now come so far that we can print little figurines of ourselves. Sounds crazy, but its true. This new technology by 3D Systems was launched last month under the name 3DMe™. The technology only … Read More

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Glasses-Free 3D TV Research at Hewlett Packard

A group of researchers at Hewlett Packard Laboratories in Palo Alto, California has developed a 3D technology that doesn’t require viewers to wear special glasses. But that’s not all – the researchers say that this technology allows 3D viewing from … Read More

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