Tuesday, October 9, 2012


Once you don't have to look into this guys weird eyes, the future gets even stranger when 3d printing is explained. This is not a new idea but the possibility once it is more accessible and prevalent this technology will become another under the radar game changer for not only labor and manufacturing but also for planet Earth. And it's not limited to just consumer goods, this process has also been utilized in bioprinting which creates synthetic human tissue and eventually maybe even human organs. The thing is about the future is it's so unpredictable and uncertain that maybe watching this youtube is the equivalent of watching some outdated 1980's commercial about the fantastical uses of the interwebs.

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