Archive for July, 2012

Tech Tuesday: The Chemputer and Tablet Rumour Roundup

This week on News 1130 in Vancouver, I talked about: Print any drug using the Chemputer: Professor Lee Cronin at Glasgow University is working with a modified 3d printer to […]

3d scanning with Xbox Kinect & ReconstructMe

On the weekend, during the Vancouver Island Mini Maker Faire, we had a chance to finally play around with ReconstructMe. It’s software that allows you to create 3d models using […]

Tech Tuesday: North America’s largest 3d printed object & an autotracking camera for solo adventurers

This week on News 1130 in Vancouver, I talked about: North America’s largest 3d printed object comes to Vancouver: The Rygo exhibit will be unveiled at VanDusen Gardens on Thursday, […]

Vancouver Island Mini Maker Faire

This weekend (July 28-29), Vancouver Island is hosting it’s first Mini MakerFaire at the Panorama Rec Centre in North Saanich. A few of us from 3D604 will be taking our […]

Ditto 3d printer and see North America’s largest 3d printed object

My friends (and co-makers from MakerFaire as well as co-founders of the 3D604 group) at Tinkerine Studios have finally launched the crowdfunding campaign for their awesome Ditto 3d printer over […]

Tech Tuesday: 3d printed airplanes and a $99 videogame console

This week on News 1130 in Vancouver, I discussed these items: Airbus designing the next generation of airplanes to be 3d printed: Currently just in the concept stages, Airbus is […]

Tech Tuesday: Track your daily activities by GPS and transmit 70 dvds worth of data a second

This week on News 1130 in Vancouver, I discussed these topics: Twisted light: New tech can transmit 70 DVDs worth of data per second: Researchers at USC have found a […]

Tech Tuesday: Bioprinting and the rumored Higgs Boson discovery

This week on News 1130 in Vancouver, I talked about these items: Penn researchers 3D print vascular networks with sugar – bioprinting organ research hit a milestone when it was […]