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...some tech company valuations. Rivals include California-based 3D Robotics, which raised $50m from investors including chipmaker Qualcomm...definition camera, which costs about $1,000. Pix4D, which makes 3D maps and models from images captured from the air, used a Phantom...Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco
9 hours ago
...needs computer scientists more urgently. (FT) Italian artisans rescued by 3D printing Northern Italy's craftsmen have been undermined by competition from Asia but 3D printing has helped turn the region into a hothouse of innovation. The beauty...Amie Tsang
9 hours ago
...needs computer scientists more urgently. (FT) Italian artisans rescued by 3D printing Northern Italy’s craftsmen have been undermined by competition from Asia but 3D printing has helped turn the region into a hothouse of innovation. The beauty...Amie Tsang
21 hours ago
...Gaillard’s film “Nightlife” at Sprüth Magers, would be impossible to show in an art fair booth. Visitors are given 3D glasses on entering the vast gallery. A mottled greenish form looms out of the darkness; the camera moves over its surface...Griselda Murray Brown
April 24, 2015
...they keep trying. Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi was recently charged with obscenity for posting internet instructions for the 3D-printing of a kayak shaped after her vagina. A news picture shows her grinning face peering round a cheery yellow plastic kayak...Jan Dalley
April 23, 2015
...the Pentagon should do much more to tap the innovative potential of the West Coast in areas such as robotics, data analysis and 3D printing. “There is a clash of cultures and a clash of generations. We need to attract to military service a generation of...Geoff Dyer in Washington
April 22, 2015
...entrepreneurial farming sector is perfectly positioned to be at the vanguard of a “new green industrial revolution”, as developments in 3D printing, nanotechnology, robotics, communications and artificial life converge. More traditional farming powerhouses like the...Benedict Mander
April 17, 2015
...exponentially, thereby reducing the period any company can enjoy monopoly rents before it is rendered obsolete, as the boom and bust of 3D printing companies over a mere three years has shown. Investors should not be surprised if other markets follow Japan’s two...
April 17, 2015
...additive manufacturing) instead of the absurd, slightly childish “3D printing”? Besides, who wouldn’t prefer the light gallop of...over the limp and stumble of those crude dentals and labials in “3D printing”? Antoon Houvenaghel Merksem, Belgium
April 15, 2015
...than because it needed the money for current operations. DJI faces growing competition from companies such as California-based 3D Robotics, which this week launched its $1,000 Solo drone to compete with the Phantom. Projections by the Consumer Electronics...Tim Bradshaw and Richard Waters in San Francisco
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