Sunday, 16 March 2014

DESIGN, BUSINESS & INNOVATION



Image via The Creators Project.

"If you've got that extra dough burning a hole in your pocket, you probably can afford the flight to China necessary for you to visit one of Pinla3D's offices. There, you are scanned in a process that takes about three minutes before getting sent back home to wait for Pinla3D to finish printing the new you. A full, 1:1 scale model of yourself and/or your loved ones, down to the crinkles in your favorite shirt and the sauce you forgot to wipe from your face as you stepped into the scanning chamber—a remarkable feat considering most 3D-printed objects you see these days don't have the resolution to match your average Xbox game." Read full article in The Creators Project. E.T.P. 4'


Photo via INC.


Barbara Ortutay in her article in INC asks: Why the Creep Quotient Is Still High With Google Glass? "With its $1,500 price tag, the device is far from having mass appeal. At the South By Southwest Interactive tech jamboree in Austin this week, I counted fewer than a dozen people wearing it". Read full article in INC. E.T.P. 5'

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