Printing out a gun is scary, but how easy it is to buy one is scarier
Like, way more advanced than MS Paint
NextVR wants to change how you watch sports
3-D monitors are about to get social
Wrenches, and sample containers, and extruders, oh my
With eyes wide open
The retail giant's foray into print-on-demand objects is disappointing.
Stereoscopic vision in 20 minutes
Don't you want that kid to break free of his 2-D Skype chat?
Defense Distributed creates a fully functional gun, with 3-D printed plastic parts.
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