AEXA Aerospace of Houston, Texas USA is embracing the Microsoft HoloLens to create 3D holographic representations of hardware and intuitive procedures to help streamline training and operations aboard the International Space Station. As of 2017 Microsoft says that HoloLens sales are in the thousands, admittedly a small number. However with companies like AEXA embracing the product, is a developer market for high quality content far off? What do you think?
If you have or know a kid, you know they spend a lot of time drawing. And some of what they draw is a truly unique window into their brains, isn't it? Mattel's ThingMaker 3D Printer promises to turn your child's drawings into actual toys they can play with!
Christmas is coming, and Santa can't be without the latest and greatest upgrades to his sleigh. Not only that, wouldn't it make sense that Santa would stay with the times and have it 3D printed? I'm sure you have some great ideas, and GE needs your help!
French digital artist Gilles Azzaro says that he "transforms invisible and intangible recordings into something solid and tangible," better said he makes sounds that you can see.
The inspiration for this project came from President Obama's State of the Union address from February 2013, when the President touched on 3D printing being the "next revolution in manufacturing that will be made in America."