3D Systems team members have continued research to allow Derby to walk with a straight back. He can now sit like a real dog! For more information visit:
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3D PRINTER X TATTOO MACHINE Some people perceive tattoos to be a unique work of art on the skin, etched by skilled artists. But now a group of students have modified a 3D printer to prove that robots can tattoo humans too. One volunteer is the proud of owner of what is thought to be the first tattoo etched by a machine – a perfect circle on his forearm. A group of three French design students modified a MarkerBot 3D printer as part of a challenge set by France's Cultural Mini
iPhone 7: concept sketch suggests 'liquidmetal' handset could charge wirelessly Designer imagines new phone with full-screen gaming, wireless charging and full water resistance Concept sketches for upcoming iPhones tend to come in two distinct flavours: those that try to imagine what the next generation will actually be and those that simply investigate what it could potentially be.Designer Herman Haidin's drawings definitely fall into the latter category.In a series of sketc
A quick insight video, from how we created this amazing
Morroco - Jemaa EL Fnaa Render
Using Adobe Photoshop I managed to create this fantastic render in no time, i managed to take this picture on my recent travels to Morroco - Marakech. I particularly love to use the pen tool when using photoshop because there is a lot of freedom using just a mouse and once you get used to the it, you can achieve some amazing results.
I will be uploading more videos of graphic renders th
Do you like drones and model aircraft, and also fancy taking part in an extreme sport without causing any possible harm to yourself? Then we have the perfect extreme sport for you:
first-person drone racing, a fast-paced extreme sport that is slowly coming out of the underground. In the last two years, smaller unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) weighing less than 20kg have finally made their way into the consumer space, but there are still many regulations in place preventing th
New job adverts have been spotted for biomedical engineers and more...
Apple is busy on a recruitment drive for more medical tech personnel, adding further fuel to the rumour fire that Cupertino is looking to produce some manner of standalone medical device. This speculation kicked off last November, when chief executive Tim Cook was interviewed by the Telegraph, and talked about how he wouldn't put the Apple Watch through the FDA's process (the body which regulates medical
"Yeehaw!" cries the rocket-engineer as he drives the all-terrain buggy hard over the rocks and scrub of the Nevada Desert. With his big hat and moustache, he looks like a cowboy riding out over his territory. The chap in the borrowed bright-orange quilted jacket, hanging on for dear life in the back, looks less at home. That's me. I had expected cold weather, but not the chill of hurtling through desert air at 6C in fog and rain. The excitingly named Brogan BamBrogan - yes, h
Amazon are excited about Prime Air — a future delivery system from Amazon designed to safely get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less using small unmanned aerial vehicles, also called drones.
Prime Air has great potential to enhance the services we already provide to millions of customers by providing rapid parcel delivery that will also increase the overall safety and efficiency of the transportation system.
Putting Prime Air into service will take some time, but