A doctor is using 3D printing to rehabilitate victims of war in Sri Lanka with the help of various organizations and government agencies. The project — called LimbX has culminated in the first prosthetic centre in Sri Lanka.
Author: Sonam Chodron
Do you know what’s amazing about 3D printers? They can print whatever we want them to print using whatever items we could think of at which ever place we want. We know that they can print food, wood, plastic and now, in a Champaign lab, 3D printers can also print concrete!
Prices of toy drones have been tumbling steadily and buyers these days are really spoilt for choice when it comes to buying toy drones. The WLToys Q616 is one such example of a well-designed toy drone that costs just $45 shipped.
Space exploration just got more interesting with 3D printing. What? You can even 3D print in space? Yes, you heard it right. Made in Space, founded by Aaron Kemmer, Jason Dunn, Mike Chen and Michael Snyder in August 2010, has just made history by successfully using a special 3D printer in extreme, space-like conditions.
You may know how UBER works. You need a ride. You request a ride via the Uber app and the nearest driver (like you and me) will respond. DroneUp app is the same … except that it is for conducting search and rescue efforts.
The Moverio BT-300 glasses comes with head-tracking sensors which can be used to provide drone pilots with a transparent 360-degree view via its silicon-based OLED digital display. Pilots will be able to view video footage streamed from a drone’s camera and read flight data on the OLED display.