You know how thick is a strand of human hair? It ranges from 0.04 mm to 0.1 mm (40 to 100 micrometers). Super thin. What you see here is a 3D printed microswimmer modeled after Star Trek’s USS Voyager and it is smaller than a hair’s breath at just 15 micrometers.
Attention, space nerds! Here are some projects that could DIY to spruce up your space cave. What you see here are three DIY projects by Instructables member SimonRob. SimonRob has created a Rocket Planter, Saturn V Lamp, and the geekiest of geeky creation, the Electronic Space Shuttle.
Someone spent four years developing a completely open-source, free-to-make-your-own prosthetic hand that cost $30 in parts. In a world where prosthetic limb is a luxury, Maker Hand is a glimmer of hope for the those below elbow amputees who can’t afford high tech prosthetic limb.
If Ultraman did have a vehicle (which he didn’t need because, teleportation), it definitely won’t be a bicycle – even if it is the world’s first custom 3D printed unibody carbon fiber composite bike. While the superhero of gigantic proportion needs no bicycle, or any vehicle for that matter, fans of Ultraman may want one […]
Is the hype for Tesla Cybertruck is over? Or has it not? Whether or not it is over or not, I am sure there are fans who are constantly checking the calendar to see if its ‘already late 2021’ (no, it is not).
If you find pulling down the mask to eat or drink is tad unglamorous, then perhaps you may want to do what Ben Heck did. Ben has designed and made an Auto-Mask that, at a press of a button, opens/closes the mask.
Anyone who is remotely interested in bicycle should know about Superstrata Bike. Why? Because, it is a breakthrough in bike design. Superstrata Bike is the world’s first custom 3D printed unibody carbon fiber composite bike.
What you see here is possibly the world’s smallest functional desktop PC, created by YouTube channel The Wrench. There’s probably zero practical use for this tiny desktop PC. It is more of a show that it can be done.
With the advancement in 3D printing, you know 3D printed true wireless earbuds is inevitable. Well, inevitable it is because, soon, you will be able to rock a pair HarmoniQ Labs. HarmoniQ Labs is startup that has developed a pair of 3D printed Hi-Fi wireless earbuds which it name Lytte HarmoniQ.
Ladies and gentlemen, the future depicted in Amazon Prime’s Upload is almost here. While we are still unable to upload the decease’s conscious into a highly realistic VR “heaven,” 3D printed food is beginning to take shape.