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Tag: 3D-printed

MAKI: Print Your Own Robot Using a 3D Printer

MAKI: Print Your Own Robot Using a 3D Printer
Most of us don’t have a 3D printer. But if you do – or use a service like Shapeways – and you want to build your own robot, check this out. You can build a humanoid robot head like MAKI, an “emotive robot” using 3D printed parts plus some third-party tech.

3D Printed Robot Hand Raises its Hand for Pledges on Kickstarter

3D Printed Robot Hand Raises its Hand for Pledges on Kickstarter
Ever wanted a robotic hand? Well unless you’re a Terminator, or this guy, you probably don’t have one. Well, thanks to 3D printing, and the wonders of Kickstarter, you can soon own your own robot hand without breaking the bank.

TARDIS Cube: Doctor Rubik

TARDIS Cube: Doctor Rubik
Over the years, I’ve seen my fair share of unusual Rubik’s Cubes, as well as plenty of TARDIS goodies. But I can honestly say this is the first time I’ve seen a TARDIS Rubik’s Cube.

GLaDOS Ring: Wear This, You Monster

GLaDOS Ring: Wear This, You Monster
Fans of the Portal series will want to open up their wallets right now, and place an order for this clever ring – designed to look just like GLaDOS. No, I’m not talking about the “I’m a potato” GLaDOS – that wouldn’t make for a very cool looking ring.

3D Printed Symphony Shells Amplify Smartphones with Style

3D Printed Symphony Shells Amplify Smartphones with Style
I’ve seen lots of acoustic amplifier add-ons for smartphones, but never any that are quite as cool looking as these. Symphony Shells are 3D printed acoustic amplifiers which are reminiscent of marine life.

Speaker Planter Answers Question: What’s the Sound of a Plant Growing?

Speaker Planter Answers Question: What’s the Sound of a Plant Growing?
If you’re both a horticulturist and an audiophile, then have I got the perfect thing for you. Ok, it’s probably more for the gardener than the audio fanatic since it doesn’t actually function as a speaker, but this thing is still kind of a neat idea.

Robotic Fruit Bowl Costs $11,500, Might Drop Your Fruit on the Floor

Robotic Fruit Bowl Costs $11,500, Might Drop Your Fruit on the Floor
I love cool art and design, but artists can be a weird bunch. Take for instance this fruit bowl which was on display in the Design Space Tel Aviv booth at this week’s Art Basel show in Miami.

Portal Cookie Cutters Open a Portal to Your Tummy

Portal Cookie Cutters Open a Portal to Your Tummy
Portal is one of the best puzzle-solving games of all time, IMHO. That said, I’ve played through every level of both Portal and Portal 2, and really am jonesing for some new Portal goodness. While it may be a while before Portal 3 gets made, I guess I’ll have to fill that empty place in my heart with some empty carbs.

3D Printed Knitted Sweater iPhone 5 Case Wins Shapeways Competition

3D Printed Knitted Sweater iPhone 5 Case Wins Shapeways Competition
I’m itching like many to have a 3D printer at home so that I can print out stuff like this iPhone 5 case, which won a competition at Shapeways. It was one of five hundred entries, and what’s unique about this case is that looks more like it was knit than 3D printed.

Spaho Design’s Ripple Case Puts an Optical Illusion on Your iPhone

Spaho Design’s Ripple Case Puts an Optical Illusion on Your iPhone
I’m not sure how well cases with holes will actually protect your iPhone, but since there are some available from major manufacturers, they must help at least a little, right? If you don’t mind having a case with holes in the back, then check out the 3D printed Ripple case.

Darth Vader Table Lamp: The Light Side of the Dark Side

Darth Vader Table Lamp: The Light Side of the Dark Side
35 Years after the release of the original Star Wars, Darth Vader is still one of the most feared (and revered) villains in the history of moviemaking. So it only makes sense that his imposing figure would continue to make its way into our lives through merchandising and various other accouterments.

83-Year-Old Woman Gets the World’s First 3D Printed Jaw Transplant

83-Year-Old Woman Gets the World’s First 3D Printed Jaw Transplant
At some point in the future, if we needed a new body part, I always figured science would be able to grow one. If you need any new kidney just sprinkle a few cells, top with miracle grow, and wait until you new kidney is ready.