As anyone who follows this blog will know I am a really big proponent of 3D printing and the thinking that it has to potential to be one of the most disruptive technologies to face our society.
In the last little while we’ve seen some pretty creative resumes showing up on the web. There was the one that looked like an Amazon product page and most recently the one that looked like a product contents label.
Players of the old video game might recognize this microscale 3D printed spaceship as being the Hellcat but you can be sure that this one is a hell of a lot smaller that even the one that zipped across your screen.
I have been maintaining for some time now that 3D printing has the potential to radically change our society in ways that we probably can’t even envision yet.
However some folks are seeing a future that could see our homes and workplaces being constructed; or rather printed, using 3D printing technology but on a much bigger scale.
We are all pretty use to seeing DJ spinning their great beats while stuck behind some sort of console that contains all their equipment, but what if they didn’t have to be, what if they could literally wear their equipment.