| REDWOOD CITY, Calif. --Chemist Joe DeSimone's M1 is a 3-D printer inspired by science fiction. |
When DeSimone saw the robot T-1000 rise from a molten pool in "Terminator 2," he imagined a machine that would do something similar.
In a TED Talk last year, he demonstrated an early prototype, growing a complex sphere from a liquid pool in minutes. Now, his company, Carbon, is unveiling its first commercial printer -- a machine capable of making everything from cushioning for running shoes to complex car parts. [...]
Continue Reading ►
“Moon Village”, which would be built by 3D printers
Breakthrough in Cloaking Technology Gets DoD's Attention
New Microsoft Voice Translator Makes Futuristic Star Trek Technology Seem Plausible | VIDEO
REPORT YOUR UFO EXPERIENCE