3-D printers may make human organs

Mar 8, 2014

3-D printers may make human organs

by Elizabeth Lopatto

Three-dimensional printing used to construct everything from art to toys to spare parts for space stations may one day produce human organs at a hospital near you. The 20-year-old technology uses liquid materials that become hard as they print out 3-D objects in layers, ...

Prototype eyewear brings wraparound manipulable 3-D Net

Jun 2, 2013

Prototype eyewear brings wraparound manipulable 3-D Net

While Google prepares to release eyewear that provides a window to the Web, a startup on the edge of its campus is readying glasses that overlay the Internet on the world in 3-D. Atheer Labs on Thursday provided the first public look at prototype ...

Hatsune Miku goes highbrow

Dec 21, 2012

Hatsune Miku goes highbrow

by Roland Kelts

On her own, Japanese pop superstar Hatsune Miku can’t sing. Nor can she rap, dance or DJ. She is drug- and alcohol-free because she can’t indulge in either, and she can’t have affairs or engage in offstage shenanigans fit for YouTube scandals or tabloid ...