Scientists at Cornell are developing a 3-D printer that can print meals using raw food ink.
Fabricate Yourself is a project that documented the Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction Conference. Usually we think of documentation in terms of text, photography and video, but given the tangible theme of the conference we decided to engage the community by capturing and fabricating small 3D models of attendees. This enabled us to build a tangible model of the event and fabricate it piece by piece during the conference.
What if you could download physical objects? Now you can. The Rep Rap machine is a 3D printer that can create a wide range of things, perhaps most remarkably, another Rep Rap machine. The inventor, Adrian Bowyer, believes that 3D printing can revolutionize the manufacturing industry.