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Neil Harbisson was born with the peculiarity of seeing the world in white, gray and black; a rarity called achromatopsia. But an antenna implanted in his skull allows him to hear the colors. This artist is the first cyborg recognized as such in the world and advocates for the rights of transspecies: humans who are biologically linked to technology.
It means the technique could be used in the future to ensure an unlimited supply of corneas. As the outermost layer of the human eye, the cornea has an important role in focusing vision. Yet there is a significant shortage of corneas available to transplant, with 10 million people worldwide requiring surgery to prevent corneal blindness as a result of diseases such as trachoma, an infectious eye disorder.
Chemnitz University electrical engineers are the first in the world to print electric motors using iron, copper and ceramics pastes, extruded layer by layer into a predetermined form and then sintered together, researchers from the Chemnitz University of Technology Professorship of Electrical Energy Conversion Systems and Drives were able to 3D-print an entire electric motor.
Fiat is celebrating its 120th anniversary at the Geneva auto show this week with the adorable and futuristic Centoventi (which means "120" in Italian) concept car. The all-electric hatchback shows off Fiat's vision for a future of modular interiors and customizable exteriors. What's more intriguing, it could possibly be a preview of the next generation Panda compact car.
The U.S. Air Force has 3D printed and installed a new titanium replacement piece for the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter. The Pentagon hopes this is the start of big things to come, as additive manufacturing could allow for newer, stronger parts for aging aircraft produced in less time.
Researchers from the University Cork College are experimenting with the structure and texture of 3D printed cheese, with intriguing results.The rise of 3D printed food has allowed culinary-minded people to reshape and reinvent some of their favorite edible arrangements. From pizza to cake, 3D printing is increasingly used for artistic and sustainable purposes.