In New York City, relaxation just might mean crushing tiny cities between your toes.
Over at USC, a team of researchers have gone and doubled the flexibility of the traditional 3D printer.
These cute, interactive critters are sporting some very cool screens as eyeballs.
Hate brushing your teeth? Well, the six-second Blizzident might be right for you.
We salute the only place in the world where 3D printed robots get to rub shoulders with shovel-playing musicians
3D printed accessories are on the rise, and at the recent New York Maker Faire we caught a glimpse of where they're headed next.
Printing in 3D will soon be as easy as printing in 2D, and we have Microsoft to thank for it.
If you've got a DIY bone in your body, you should definitely consider this dirt-cheap 3D printing and scanning rig.
They look like beans, but these ghostly little organs are alive.
And they're doling out good money to see it happen.