To print or not to print – some of the newest technology allows you to ponder that question even on the go with wireless iPad printing. Other technology from Snapchat won’t even leave an electronic trail, much less a paper one. Finally, when NASA comes out with something new, you know it’s worth checking out, right? We’ve gathered a few articles that will fill you in on all of this and a bit more.
Not long ago, Microsoft noted on the Official Microsoft Blog that they would start to support 3D printing within the Windows operating system, starting with Windows 8.1. Few in the tech world expected such a quick turnaround, however, as Microsoft actually demoed some of the Windows 8.1 3D printing features at the recent Inside 3D Printing Conference in Chicago.
Millions of PCs will soon have native support for 3D printing.
It is no secret that 3D printing has taken the printing industry by storm in the last few years, and it is also no secret as to why―it is a true technological advancement of the future! There are few things that are as addictive or satisfying as creating your own three dimensional solid objects from a digital image that was created right on your computer screen.