A 3D printer has been used in space for the first time on board the International Space Station (ISS). The first item produced was a ratchet and the technology paves the way for astronauts to produce their own essential items.
A company based in Bristol, UK, has combined 3D scanning and 3D printing techniques to produce a revolutionary new prosthetic hand that could transform available solutions for amputees with improved-quality, lower-cost functionality.
Researchers have engineered rat tissue so that it forms complex networks of functioning neurons. The developed tissue appears to behave normally after an injury, and could lead to innovative research on human brain injury.
The Amazon Fire smartphone was up for sale just a week ago and few smartphone users are excited about the release. This isn't very surprising considering Amazon does not have an established customer base for smartphones.
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return is a new Nintendo 3DS exclusive based on the animated, musical 3D film of the same name. It is an exciting game that fans of the puzzle genre will enjoy and has sufficient enough unlockable content from the flick.
A New York artist has made an astronomical technological breakthrough. Ion Pompian, located in a gallery six floors above Broadway has developed a tool that turns people’s brainwaves into 3D-printed sculptures.
Using a new approach, researchers have capture the internal mechanics of a flying fly. The video gives a view into the inner workings of the flight muscles as a tethered fly is spun in a circle.
A British man who suffered horrific facial injuries in a motorbike accident has had pioneering surgery to rebuild his face using 3D printed parts.Stephen Power from Cardiff in Wales is thought to be one of the first trauma patients in the world to have...
On the Instagram account of esteemed performer Lea Michele, it was announced via photo that the actress of Glee fame is "Happy to share" that the new trailer for Legends Of Oz: Dorothy's Return was expected out exclusively on Yahoo! Movies.
A scene from Jean-Luc Godard's 'Goodbye to Language'
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Fujifilm’s Finepix 3D Camera was being bundled with TV sets, the idea being that you can take your own 3D still pictures and show them on your TV.
Toshiba showcases its 3D television that requires no special glasses: The buzz offers the tantalizing promise of the 3D experience that can be viewed from numerous angles and will support all existing 3D content.