Makers, coming to a playroom near you

Maker Faire 2008, San Mateo. The CandyFab, a t...
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Origo’s concept video is very basic, but it gives you a good idea of what Tchoukanov and Peels hope to accomplish. A simple interface allows children to digitally design a shape, and then the Origo printer creates it in an hour or so (depends a lot on size and complexity). A machine that takes your dreams and turns them into real world objects – what child wouldn’t want this thing?

via Origo’s 3D Printer Could Be The Last Toy Your Ten Year Old Will Ever Need | Singularity Hub.

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