The future of manufacturing - and sculpture making - is being changed by 3D printers. We get an example of what they can do when experts reproduce the bust of the ancient Nefertiti.
The unusual jewelry designed by German artist Silvia Weidenbach explores the possibilities of 3D printing. She trained in traditional gold and silver smithing but prefers the possibilities modern technology has to offer.
Once a year, German corporations send management-rank employees to the 'Singularity University' event to hear inspiring speakers hype the technological future. The message: Nearly every industry faces disruption.
For three years now, Germany's VOJD design studio has been using 3D printers to create high-fashion jewelry. VOJD works with a number of top fashion houses -- including Alexander McQueen.
The "Light Rider" only weighs 35 kilogramms, is powered by an electric motor and can reach speeds of 80 km/h. The first motorcycle from a 3D printer was developed by the German company APWorks.
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