Amazon Cloud Services uses their Shipping Logistics to Build and Ship

Amazon leverages its existing shipping and logistics knowledge and applies it to a new cloud resource, a 3D Printer. Using Amazon’s platform, a user can connect through Amazon’s cloud services, lock a shared cloud resource, a 3D printer, feed the printer one of several formats: 3D blueprint, 3D digital scan, or industry spec file format. […]

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Stereoscope Produces 3D Images from Any Smartphone.

The Stereoscope was first invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1838.  However, based on the existing product below a Stereoscope may be created and used by any smartphone taking two 2D images and making a 3D image.  See Stereoscope.  A Margolin Magnifying Video Visor, which can be easily transformed, and then photo capture and photo rendering software needs to […]

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Let’s Get Ready to Rumble with 3D Printed Robots on BattleBots?

I was just thinking about the cool 3D applications one may come up with, and based on the materials used for the 3D printer and designs specified, you could have a special edition of the show BattleBots.  I think that show may help showcase some of the latest 3D printers, as well as sponsored by the […]

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Google Cloud Print: Charge for Your 3D Printer Use at Any Storefront

Google – Cloud Print. I know it’s just in beta at this moment, but I know these guys.  I also wrote a previous article about 3D printers in the Cloud not that long ago.  Coincidence? The business model: connect your 3D printer(s) to Google’s Cloud Print, and allow people to print to your small storefront, […]

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