3-D printers have 'fingerprints,' a discovery that could help trace 3-D-printed guns, counterfeit goods

An unreleased Microsoft HoloLens headset has appeared in a NASA video this week. Spotted by VentureBeat, the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory video reveals a newly designed HoloLens headset. The headset includes a different visor at the front that appears to better support glasses, and a single adjustable band. The Kinect sensor isnít as visible at the front of the device, and overall it seems lot less bulkier than the existing HoloLens model thatís available today. Itís not clear from the video whether this is Microsoftís HoloLens 2, or simply a prototype HoloLens headset that NASA is testing. NASA was an early partner for Microsoft on HoloLens, and previously tested early prototypes of the augmented reality headset. Itís likely that this... Continue reading…

3-D printers have 'fingerprints,' a discovery that could help trace 3-D-printed guns, counterfeit goods

Like fingerprints, no 3-D printer is exactly the same.

Wed 17 Oct 18 from TechXplore

Engineers develop process to 3-D print cells to produce human tissue such as ligaments and tendons

With today's technology, we can 3-D-print sculptures, mechanical parts, prosthetics, even guns and food. But a team of University of Utah biomedical engineers have developed a method to 3-D-print ...

Wed 10 Oct 18 from Medical Xpress

New 3D-printing process creates ligaments, tendons for transplant ó paves the way for replacement organs

Print me a new me, please. Make me taller, too.

Fri 12 Oct 18 from ZME Science

New Microsoft HoloLens headset spotted in NASA video

An unreleased Microsoft HoloLens headset has appeared in a NASA video this week. Spotted by VentureBeat, the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory video reveals a newly designed HoloLens ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from The Verge

This bold, sustainable home will age gracefully near an Indiana wetland

Compact, energy-efficient and built with locally sourced materials, this hillside home takes a low-impact approach to its wetland surroundings in the city of Valparaiso in northern Indiana. ...

Tue 16 Oct 18 from Inhabitat

Process Developed to Print 3-D Cells to Produce Ligaments, Tendons

NewsEngineers have developed a method to 3-D-print cells to produce human tissue such as ligaments and tendons, a process that will greatly improve a patient's recovery.Contributed Author: University ...

Mon 15 Oct 18 from Laboratory Equipment

The fine print

University of Utah biomedical engineering assistant professor Robby Bowles and his team have developed a method to 3D print cells to produce human tissue such as ligaments and tendons to greatly ...

Wed 10 Oct 18 from Eurekalert

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