I guess they are just trying to show what it could do… IBM 3D Prints World’s Smallest Magazine Cover http://mashable.com/2014/04/25/ibm-world-smallest-magazine-cover/#:eyJzIjoidCIsImkiOiJfZTk1bGFmM3IzNHNlMG9iOXlseTFodF8ifQ
Really interesting article on the impact of 3D printing: 10 industries 3D printing will disrupt or decimate http://www.techrepublic.com/article/10-industries-3d-printing-will-disrupt-or-decimate/
This is so cool – almost mind boggling where we are getting with technology. inFORM – Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.
As schools across the country are beginning to prepare children for what some have called “the next industrial revolution” by assimilating 3D printing technology into their curriculum, toy manufacturing giant Hasbro is planning to incorporate the technology into kids’ playtime. More here and here References:http://www.3dprinterworld.com/article/3d-systems-hasbro-team-bring-3d-printing-playtime http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/feb/17/hasbro-3d-printing-children-kids
1 Year or Less Learning analytics Mobile learning Online learning Virtual and remote laboratories 2-3 years adoption 3D printing (I’ve also read 5-7 years) Games and Gamification Immersive learning environments Wearable technology (yes! waiting for my clothes that automatically adjust for temperature!) 4-5 years adoption Flexible displays Internet of Things (Everything physical is tagged; everything is taggable; everything connects with technology think RFID, QR, etc. ...
Touch screens aren’t the only way of doing this. Shillito is leading a team that has developed software that allows artists to receive physical feedback when designing virtual 3D objects. The team’s approach uses a haptic device called Falcon, which vibrates and moves to allow users to “feel” virtual objects. Originally developed for 3D gaming, Falcon is a cross between a joystick and a mouse. ...