Janne Kyttanen
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Janne Kyttanen, a industrial designer in the Netherlands, has printed a series of 3D objects, including some very interesting shoe designs. Here he presents the Macedonia Wedges.
    Janne Kyttanen
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    OK, no, we can't print a real burger yet, but designer Janne Kyttanen has put up designs, or source files, of a 3D printed burger so others can enjoy the fake quarter-pounder.
    Janne Kyttanen
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    It might be a while before we can print our houses out, but you can print out a full 3D birdhouse. One can download the Bungalow Birdhouse plans through thingiverse.com, a site that features various downloadable 3D printer source files so others can print out the objects.
    Brend J. Rosenburgh
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Yes, that camera body was printed out. The OpenReflex becomes a working camera by adding a mechanical shutter and mirror Viewfinder. It works with any lens, according to Thingiverse.
    Open Reflex
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    It is going to be a long time before you can see or sit in Elon Musk's Hyperloop, which promises to shuttle people in a high-speed train. But a company called White Clouds has showed off 3D printed models of the futuristic transportation system.
    White Clouds
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Amit Zoran at the MIT Media Lab has designed and created a 3D printed flute. You might not see it being played at the Philharmonic, but it does produce some fairly nice music.
    Amit Zoran
  • 3D Print Everything: Printing Birdhouses to Violins to Shoes

    Buttercup is a duck who was born with his left foot turned backwards, but thanks to his 3D printed foot she can walk, or waddle, again.
    Buttercup/Facebook
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PHOTO: Jodie Foster and Alexandra Hedison attend the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Inaugural Gala presented by Salvatore Ferragamo at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Oct. 17, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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