The architects using animation skills to build film careers

In a warehouse in north London, I’m surrounded by hundreds of painstakingly made card models and framed architectural plans, all meticulously presented. There are also dozens of other-worldly 3D-printed structures, some of which seem to resemble buildings. This much you might expect at the annual Bartlett School of Architecture degree show. But held aloft above […]

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Augmented Reality In The Operating Room – No-Scar Surgery

“The abolition of pain in surgery is a chimera. It is absurd to go on seeking it. . . . Knife and pain are two words in surgery that must forever be associated in the consciousness of the patient. (Dr. Alfred Velpeau (1839) French surgeon). Introduction. Minimally invasive surgery represents one of the main evolutions […]

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Derby, the dog who runs on 3-D printed legs (Video)

[x_video_embed type=”16:9″ no_container=”true”][/x_video_embed] Grab some tissues: An adorable dog named Derby, born with deformed front legs, has been given a set of 3-D printed prosthetics. And these custom-made legs, which he can rock back and forth on (to keep him from getting stuck in the dirt) don’t just help him walk more easily. With his […]

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