Additive Manufacturing of Optically Transparent Glass Mediated Matter Group in collaboration with…
Coil pot glass 3D printer that uses a glass printing process called G3DP which apparently gives control over geometry and optical qualities such light transmission, reflection and refraction to affect the transparency and colour variation.
The best thing about this is that the glass is over 1000°C and whole thing glows.
In one integrated design and print process, you can now create objects with a suite of embedded sensors
Not as conductive as Black Magic 3D, this material can be used for resistive and capacitive sensors such as buttons and sliders.
Qualcomm-backed Brain Corporation announce BrainOS, a development kit incorporating 3D printable designs, AI-software tools and Qualcomm-powered hardware, to make it easier for developers to build learning robots. I assume BrainOS will support Qualcomm’s Neuromorphic chips when they become available.
Almost ending funding: