Autodesk has designed a fast 3D printer that will be able to fab highly detailed composite objects out of up to seven different materials. Through multiple nozzles. At the same time. Oh, and it’s modular, too.
A Japanese company has designed a two-armed robot to handle sensitive biological samples and other risky laboratory work potentially too dangerous for humans.
Zoll Medical has come up with a WiFi-enabled defibrillator vest that could shave minutes off emergency response times for cardiac patients and free up hospital beds, killing (or rather saving) two birds with one stone.
What has three sets of cameras, integrated support for cloud-based streaming and motion detection sensitivity that puts Microsoft’s Kinect to shame?