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The mood in the room after an early Sundance screening of Adam Bhala Lough’s The New Radical was polite, but a little icy.
January 28 2017, 4:33am | Comments
December 4 2016, 7:28am | Comments
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday against Defense Distributed, the Texas organization that promotes 3D-printed guns, in a lawsuit that it brought last year against the State Department.
September 28 2016, 1:38am | Comments
This article contains extensive descriptions of vaginas and might be NSFW, depending on your place of work. Growing up, Japanese artist Rokudenashiko ― who uses a pseudonym that translates to “good-for-nothing” ― never said the word manko, or…
September 21 2016, 10:15am | Comments
Paul Verlaine celebrated it in his 1889 poem Printemps as a “shining pink button”, but thanks to the sociomedical researcher Odile Fillod, French schoolchildren will now understand that it looks more like a hi-tech boomerang.
August 17 2016, 12:04pm | Comments
Cody Wilson’s Ghost Gunner milling machine makes the most crucial element of an assault rifle. It costs just $1,500 and there’s a waiting list to get it.
June 30 2016, 8:55am | Comments
Jason Ray thinks the culture of “disaster prepping” is misunderstood.
June 18 2016, 7:38am | Comments
A few weeks ago on this site I reviewed John Robb’s book Brave New War, discussing the potential of reconfiguring heritage preservation from a top-down, hierarchical model into a participatory, two-way, resilient and distributed platform.
March 17 2016, 5:05pm | Comments
The New York Times’ March 1, 2016 story “Swiping a Priceless Antiquity … With a Scanner and a 3-D Printer” by Charly Wilder tells how two German artists made a surreptitious, unauthorized 3D scan of the iconic bust of…
TORONTO, Canada - The mood is haunting at Morehshin Allahyari’s first solo exhibition in Canada, as a dozen reconstructed artefacts destroyed by Islamic State (IS) group fighters look up from ledges and beneath glass casings.
March 17 2016, 5:04pm | Comments
In Berlin's Neues Museum, there sits a 3,000-year-old bust of Queen Nefertiti. The priceless artifact is under glass, kept safe by alarms, and watched by security guards. Last year, it was stolen.
Floating around the Internet are plans for a semi-automatic pistol constructed out of sheet metal. Like so many plans for 3D printed guns, it appears no one has actually built one of these pistols.
February 19 2016, 2:57pm | Comments
Kaylene Kau from Taipei made the remarkable invention as part of a design school project. The limb would be able to grip many different objects by curling up with the help of a simple motor.
November 17 2015, 12:35pm | Comments
Like much of her work, Ashley Zelinskie eludes a one-dimensional definition. She is a Star Trek-obsessed nerd who studies electrical engineering, theoretical physics, and space in her spare time.
October 18 2015, 8:10am | Comments
As ISIS and other groups continue to destroy important heritage sites and ancient artifacts, archaeologists and other onlookers continue to scramble to find ways to counter the destruction.
September 6 2015, 5:18am | Comments
Late in February 2015 one news hit the ongoing stream of reports about ISIS attacks (or whatever we should call it).
In May, the New York-based art nonprofit Rhizome paired seven technologists with seven artists to create something over a 24-hour period. The artists get paid. The technologists do not.
August 23 2015, 7:58am | Comments
The Catalan collective GynePunk wants to decolonize the female body. To this end, it is developing first aid gynecological tools, for socially disadvantaged women, refugees, sex workers. But also for themselves.
July 7 2015, 4:20pm | Comments
In the radiant blue chamber of the ZPrinter 850, a skull is born. An ink-jet arm moves across a bed of gypsum powder, depositing a layer of liquid that binds the powder together in the shape of a…
June 29 2015, 4:46am | Comments
In March, Slate Magazine's Seth Stevenson provided a public service when he borrowed a Solidoodle 4, pitched as the "accessible", "affordable" 3D printer, and attempted to print a bottle opener from Thingiverse.
June 9 2015, 4:13pm | Comments
As history has repeatedly shown, political systems come and go. Given our rapid technological and social advances, it's a trend we can expect to continue. Here are 12 extraordinary — and even frightening — ways our governments could…
January 22 2015, 12:55am | Comments
Finally, the robot revolution is arriving. There’s a Cambrian explosion in robotics, with species of all sizes, shapes and modes of mobility crawling out of the muck of the lab and onto the terra firma of the marketplace,…
December 18 2014, 1:48am | Comments
It sounds like a scene from a sci-fi flick. Or a horror film. Take your pick. Scientists of the future have finally found a way to digitize our brains and store them in storage disks (or Dilithium crystals…
October 22 2014, 2:04pm | Comments
Does this key made using a 3D printer compromise your security? This video demonstrates a plastic bump key for the ABUS E20/E30 6-pin tumbler lock.
August 31 2014, 9:39am | Comments
May 30 2014, 12:26pm | Comments
This past weekend, digital-art impresario Takeshi Murata premiered new work at gallery Ratio 3's space at the Frieze art fair.
May 21 2014, 1:29pm | Comments
May 14 2014, 3:20pm | Comments
Or: The tail that wags the dog. A discourse on digital 3-D cinema. Film scholar Thomas Elsaesser on a revolution in perception.
May 1 2014, 1:41pm | Comments
IBM scientists have invented a tiny “chisel” with a nano-sized heatable silicon tip that creates patterns and structures on a microscopic scale.
April 28 2014, 5:28am | Comments
The machine actually works fairly fast. It can create about four or five meters of filament every minute. This means that 1 spool of filament weighing 1 gram would take about an hour to produce. Not bad sicne…
April 21 2014, 8:25am | Comments
With its origins in rapid prototyping, 3D printing has obvious implications for manufacturers looking to speed time to market and trim costs associated with creating fully functioning models. Case in point: The U.K.
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