3D printers are a revolutionary technology that basically allows you to print objects from a computer based template.
Using photography, Ben Sandler imagined a future world where we could create whatever we needed from these handy 3D printers, check out the full series below.
The 3D doodler funding has ended
Today the funding has ended, and so they’ve managed to raise an unbelievable sum of just about 2,345,000 USD! (You have to consider that the creators only asked for $30,000…)
I’m eagerly waiting to see the final product, supposedly coming Sep 2013.
1 Keep asking why 5 even 5 times
2 Its OK to change the rules
3 Always change before the market makes you change
4 Frontal Attack hardly ever wins
5 Go to the consumer
6 Big company CFO is your friend
7 Never ever ever listen to a financial manager
Are there any other app icons that have been made into real objects? Angry Birds plushy toys and…
I’m not quite sure how I fell about this. I mean, I’m an avid user of instagram and all, but I don’t think it’s necessary to make a camera specifically for the purpose of making “instagram” style photos. What’s wrong with the way it’s being down already on a phone.,And let’s not forget you could just use a REAL vintage camera. And yes I know this is only a concept.
Monster sunspot threatens to unleash powerful solar flares
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory mission says the sunspot is more than 60,000 miles across.
America is still a TV nation! A new cross-platform report from Nielsen shows that American spend on average of five hours a day viewing video, 98 percent of which is on a traditional television set.
Graphic: Breaking down Facebook’s initial public offering.
I’m getting ready to do a Tech Tonic on Facebook competition.
My question to you is, what could possibly slow Facebook’s growth? Over-saturation of social networks in general? Google+ momentum? Tumblr?
Tell me what you think is the biggest threat to Facebook and you might show up in the next Tech Tonic video.