Thanks to a tiny exoskeleton that was made possible by 3D printing, a toddler with a rare congenital disorder has been given the gift of movement.
So, here’s a latest case of an 83-year-old British woman recently underwent the first-ever custom transplant of a lower jaw made by a 3D printer. Revolutionary?
Here’s a brilliant video by Dr. Lawrence Bonassar from Cornell University, demonstrating how he created cartilage using a 3D Printer and “ink” composed of living cells.
Woaaa ! Today, the first online 3-D interactive search tool of the human body was released. It allows a user to view and navigate the human anatomy, male or female, down to the finest detail—from the muscles and deep muscles to the nerves, arteries, vessels, and bones. This new tool, called BodyMaps by Healthline Networks and GE Healthyimagination.
We have experienced movies, television, mobile phones and video games in a three-dimensional perceptive. How about surfing internet in a 3D vision for free ? Try this lovely bookmarklet from Mark Beasley that converts all the 2D images on a web page into a 3D vision !