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In a semi-arid landscape, Habitat Marte was built, the first research station about the red planet in South America that also seeks to combat climate change in the land.
Through its first VR doodle, Google on Thursday is celebrating the life and work of French filmmaker Georges Melies with an animated 360-degree short film. George Melies was considered to be one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. He was mostly known for his cinematographic wonder which paved the way for filmmakers to experiment with visual techniques.
Google just debuted a new online web project in which people can see three-dimensional digital images of the world’s wonders, such as ancient Corinth’s ruined temples in Greece and the towering spires of the Ayutthaya Kingdom in Thailand. The search giant and digital preservation nonprofit CyArk debuted Monday the Open Heritage project in which people can access some of CyArk’s 3D renderings of world wonders.
The highest growth is projected to come from helicopters out of 3D Printing Aircraft parts. Major factors included economic growth, increase in defense expenditures in developing countries and increasing incidences of terrorism and violence in the Middle East and Africa. The 3D market is challenged by restraints such as decline in high investment costs, investments in cyber wars and cyber regulations.
Gillette pilots a new concept designed to personalize the shaving experience in entirely new ways. Dubbed Razor Maker: powered by Gillette, this new platform leverages technology from 3D-printing powerhouse Formlabs to offer a series of customizable 3D-printed handles, matching advanced manufacturing with consumers’ desire to have completely unique and personalized products.
First 3D-printed part visible to passengers will be flying soon with Finnair. Yes, when an airline updates its aircraft cabin layout, gaps are often created between the existing and new components. Such gaps need to be bridged before the aircraft can take on passengers, and time always is of the essence in returning a jetliner to revenue-generating service.