A new imager will allow iPhone wielders to snap a picture of just about anything, and 3D-print a super-accurate replica within minutes, Caltech says.
Amanda Ghassaei has not only found a positive use for a machine that, up to this point, has been best known for creating things that kill people, but she’s also managed to press Radiohead onto a wood record.
Anyone with enough brains and balls can build their own rocket and fly it to space. Or at least that’s what Copenhagen Suborbitals wants to prove.
_Images Courtesy Kellam Clark and Maggie Manzer. Image of desk originally appeared in Vogue March, 2003._Move quickly through the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, down the main thoroughfare Eastern Parkway, past a conflicting intermingling of