I have zero vision. When I first heard about 3d printers, I thought, “Isn’t that what factory machines do? What’s the big deal?” (I’m also the person who thought drones were just fancy versions of remote control airplanes.)
If you are as skeptical as I was, here are a few articles and videos that might change your mind.
- Robots will be 3d printing bridges. On location.
- Visually impaired people can now get 3d printed maps.
- It’s also possible to 3d print artistic masterpieces for the visually impaired.
- Students can change the world with 3d printed inventions. Or hands.
- Forget online shopping. Just 3d print your own clothes.
- Finally, if you, like me, are lacking in the imagination department, here are some ideas from Sylvia Martinez to get you started.
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