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Israeli Scientists Just Created the World's First 3D-Printed Heart
What a time to be alive.
Australian Man Charged Over 3D-Printed Guns Is a Cosplay Fanatic
Steven Sicen Sun is one of the first Australians to be charged over the manufacture and possession of 3D-printed firearms.
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3D Printed Guns Are Easy to Make and Impossible to Stop
Although it must be said, gun enthusiasts aren't impressed with the quality of the 3D-printed guns.
Trying to Ban 3D-Printed Guns Will Only Make Them More Popular
A lawsuit to prevent the distribution of 3D-printed gun designs is five years too late, and is the latest example of the Streisand Effect in action.
Artists Turn Skateboarding Tricks into Awesome 3D-Printed Sculptures
Using tracking electronics and software, artist Paul Ferragut of Convivial Studio is turning skateboarding tricks into works of art.
Gamers Designed This Stunning Claymation Video Game Entirely By Hand
Everything in 'Harold Halibut', from the clothes to the rusted furniture, was designed, cut, sewn, and painted IRL.
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Chelsea Manning Is Going to Make an Art World Debut
The masks in ‘A Becoming Resemblance’ were constructed from DNA samples Manning sent to artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg from prison.
Sasha Velour's Fashion Designer Dishes on Her Daring 'Drag Race' Looks
Diego Montoya is the artist behind many of Velour's iconic looks, including her now-infamous Finale mask.
This 3D Printed Stop-Motion Shows How Far Parents Will Go for Their Kids
Filmmaker Kangmin Kim recounts an odd childhood memory in 'Deer Flower.'
Iranian-American Artist Revives Islam’s Apocalyptic Goddesses
How Morehshin Allahyari is using new technologies to reclaim an ancient feminist narrative.
MIT’s Gooey New 3D Printer Is a Game Changer
The Self-Assembly Lab teamed up with an Michigan-based furniture company to develop a gel-based machine that can print pretty much anything—in minutes.
How Hollywood Special Effects Are Helping Surgeons Practice Brain Surgery
Critical care doctor Peter Weinstock explains how movie magic—in the right hands—can actually save lives.