All posts tagged 3d printing

Wired Wednesday 002

Weekly technology talk with Ben Wilson on News 1130 radio in Vancouver

The 3DCanada Project

The 3DCanada project will capture thousands of Canadians in 3D & Douglas Coupland will use their likeness in one of the largest 3D printed art projects.

Tech Tuesday: Facial Recognition blocking glasses & tiny 3d printable batteries

This week on News 1130 Radio in Vancouver, I talked about these items: Privacy visor glasses jam facial recognition systems to protect your privacy: Currently being developed at Japan’s National […]

Tech Tuesday: SoftStop and NASA’s 3D Printed Pizza

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I talked about these items: Using water and light to stop truck accidents: Not unlike what recently happened in Washington State, after […]

Tech Tuesday: 3d printing props for the Hobbit & reusing those electric car batteries

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver I talked about these items: The Hobbit gets 3d printed: Props for the upcoming Hobbit movie from Peter Jackson were largely 3d […]

It’s the Great Companion Cube, Charlie Brown

During my visit to the Portland Mini Maker Faire in September, I stumbled across Low Voltage Labs and their cool little Great Pumpkin PCB kit. Meant to add a safe, […]

Tech Tuesday: 3d printers for jewellers & Samsung’s Android camera

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I talked about these items: Jewellers now have a 3d printer for custom castings: 3d printing has begun to affect another industry […]

3D Printing explained (Infographic)

Sculpteo has posted this great infographic that covers off many aspects of 3d printing: It was actually posted last year but is still a great explanation of the technology and […]

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: 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 […]