3D Printing Week: will.i.am, Google Glass, Threeding, Wearable Art

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3D Printing Week

Here is a roundup of the top 3D printing news from last week.

In an industry first, On 3D Printing’s owner was scanned with a 3D Systems Sense handheld 3D scanner wearing Google Glass at CES 2014. It was like going into a vortex. Watch our exclusive video.

3D Systems Sense Scan Google Glass

Music Icon will.i.am joined 3D Systems as Chief Creative Officer. We were there live at the announcement at CES 2014 with exclusive coverage and @iamwill tweeted to us about his announcement.

will.i.am Joins 3D Systems Avi Reichental

An eBay for 3D printing is emerging in Bulgaria. We spoke with Threeding founder Tony Kitipov. With a foothold in Eastern Europe,  Threeding is challenging incumbent 3D printing marketplaces.

MyMiniFactory launched a Valentine’s Day 3D printing contest. The grand prize is an all expenses paid break for two at a 5 star spa retreat, including travel and dinner, with a value of £1000.

Chicago-based artist Joshua Harker showed off his 3D printed “wearable art,” a headdress laser sintered on an EOSINT P 760 additive manufacturing (AM) system, at the 3D Printshow’s fashion show.

Be sure to read our 3D Printing Year in Review 2013! It includes the top stories by month for 2013 and five predictions for 2014.


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