3D Printer Recreates ‘Touchable Memories,’ Helps Blind People See And Feel Their Past Again (VIDEO)

3D printers have now become a common technological advancement that has assisted people medically on many levels — from 3D-printing organs to creating prosthetics and medical implants. Now, a company called Pirate3D has developed a 3D printer that can be used to assist people with eyesight problems. Continue reading “3D Printer Recreates ‘Touchable Memories,’ Helps Blind People See And Feel Their Past Again (VIDEO)”

The FabLab in Amsterdam Is Moving On to Bioprinting

It seems to me that – as complex as it may be – we are going to be able to 3D print working organs before we 3D print a working smartphone as a single unit. That’s because, at least the organs will be 3D printed using stem cells, while to 3D print a working telephone we are going to have to develop new plastic hybrid conductive materials that do not exist yet. Continue reading “The FabLab in Amsterdam Is Moving On to Bioprinting”