Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson presents Jimmy the robot. Jimmy was born in science fiction, but he's open source, he's 3D printable, and he's made to interact with humans. What's more, he'll be walking and talking by this November.
I made a 3d body scanner for my final last year at school. I just took it to SIGGRAPH 2013 in Anaheim, CA. Everyone really liked it. I can scan you in 3d and then print you out with a 3d printer. You get a action figure of yourself!
This panel brings together talented designers Todd Blatt, Kacie Hultgren, Tony Buser, Matt Stultz and Fred Kahl - all featured in Matthew Griffin's upcoming book "Design and Modeling for 3D Printing;" (Early Release, Sept 2013). Each will share about their design practice -- how they got started, how they develop their work, what new tools and techniques they are picking up -- as well as opportunities to learn more about their design work elsewhere at this year's Faire. Moderator Griffin will also share leads for other breaking 3D-related design and printing technology attendees can check out.
I keep my dog hydrated with this 3D printed bottle carrier that doubles as a bowl.
I designed it specifically to work with 16.9oz Poland Spring bottles - one of the more ubiquitous water bottles you can find.
When humans eventually settle the Red Planet they will rely heavily on fabrication tools in a lab similar to the hackerspaces and makerlabs wenwork and play in. In extreme environments far away from Earth, future pioneers will use polymer raw materials from Martian air and water to 3D print and hack themselves a home on Mars. The Mars Foundation in conjunction with HI-SEAS and Aleph Objects are now testing some of these concepts with a Lulzbot 3D printer at a prototype Mars base in Hawaii. Join us to and learn about future Mars missions and how your CAD work can directly impact the next generation of space explorers.n
Though design was once the sacred realm of professionals with special training, 3D tools and fabrication techniques are now taught at schools, breeding a new generation of empowered makers. Come hear about the future from design education innovators
Introduction by designer and author Carla Diana, featuring a sneak peek of The Maker Prince, an upcoming Maker Media children's book on the future of 3D printing
Mini-presentations:nK-12- Jaymes Dec, Head of Fab Lab at Marymount School for GirlsnCollege Design Programs- Mike Glaser, Director, Drexel Univ. Product DesignnBeyond College- Jeffrey Lipton, Cornell Univ. Creative Machines Lab
I will discuss the possibilities of using 3D printing in space to enable manufacturing off-Earth. Next year Made in Space, Inc. will be sending the first 3D printer to the International Space Station to start this process. I will discuss why this is groundbreaking and what an additive manufacturing future can look like. Makers don't have to stop with Earth.
I got involved with the maker movement through movie prop replication. On the Replica Prop Forum, people spend a lot of time and pay incredible attention to detail to identify parts of screen used props in films and TV shows. The parts which are never identified or were created from scratch for the orignal film prop must be recreated by traditional sculpting, or now more and more with 3d printing. I will talk about how I use 3d printing to model and manufacture movie prop replicas like the green lantern ring, and will tell the story of m first movie prop replica project, recreating the Sonix Victory 75 radio used on Sandtrooper backpacks.