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3Doodler Create+ Review: a different kind of creativity

3Doodler Create+ Review: a different kind of creativity

3D printing has definitely changed the way we make things, especially when it comes to creating things previously impossible if not impractical for hobbyists and small groups. But “normal” 3D printing still had an industrial and utilitarian feel to it. While you can definitely print out intricate and beautifully designed objects, it was less hands-on than some creatives might like. That’s where 3D printing pens like 3Doodler’s new Create+ comes in and we put our hands and minds on one to see just how well promise translates to reality.

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Walmart 3D Virtual Tour brings interactive shopping to retailer’s website

Walmart 3D Virtual Tour brings interactive shopping to retailer’s website

Walmart is adding a 3D virtual shopping tool to its website, enabling users to engage with potential purchases in an interactive way. The tool can be used directly within an Internet browser, though it also supports generic / cardboard VR headsets so users can look around as if they're standing in the 3D space. Many items within the tours are clickable with additional information.

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Vivo Time-of-Flight 3D sensing tech challenges Apple Face ID

Vivo Time-of-Flight 3D sensing tech challenges Apple Face ID

Vivo has some crazy ideas and it’s not afraid to use them. It wasn’t content to put an in-display fingerprint scanner on the Vivo X20 UD, it had to turn half the screen into one as well. Plus, it moved the front camera out of the bezel and into a motorized sliding popup. It might bring it back to the front, though, at least to make its latest innovation possible. It’s simply calling it the Vivo TOF (time of flight) 3D Sensing Technology and it’s issuing a challenge to Apple’s own tech.

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3Doodler Create+ makes creativity easier and safer

3Doodler Create+ makes creativity easier and safer

3D printing has revolutionized and democratized the way we produce things, allowing small companies, groups, and even individuals to manufacture objects and designs previously only possible with expensive equipment. That said, 3D printers aren't exactly cheap and their bulky, boxy forms don't lend themselves easily to the way some creative people work. They aren't child-friendly either. 3Doodler is to 3D printing what 3D printing was to traditional manufacturing and its new Create+ pen is promising to change the way you see and do 3D printing.

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This RED 8K 4V camera uses Hydrogen One as its 3D viewfinder

This RED 8K 4V camera uses Hydrogen One as its 3D viewfinder

If when RED said its Hydrogen One smartphone would have interchangeable cameras, you were thinking simple lenses, think again. One of the first of the modular camera accessories for the upcoming smartphone has been revealed, courtesy of 3D specialist Lucid, and it's big enough to dwarf the upcoming Android handset.

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Nintendo Labo’s piano turns into a mini grand with this 3D printed mod

Nintendo Labo’s piano turns into a mini grand with this 3D printed mod

From the second Nintendo Labo was announced, it was clear that people were going to do cool things with it. While most of those cool things will revolve around the capabilities of Labo's cardboard constructions and the accompanying software, today we're seeing a mod that makes Labo's piano look a bit more familiar. In short: This 3D printed mod turns your Nintendo Labo piano into a miniature grand, or at least gets it most of the way there.

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This Mysterious RED Phone: 10 things we know so far

This Mysterious RED Phone: 10 things we know so far

There's a device called RED Hydrogen One out in the universe that we need to have a talk about. This is a smartphone from the folks at RED, a company best known for their cinema-friendly high-end video cameras. We've seen this smartphone - parts of it anyway - earlier this year, but without a whole lot of deep detail, it's suddenly popped up on Verizon and AT&T. What the heck?

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RED’s Hydrogen One 3D smartphone coming to AT&T and Verizon

RED’s Hydrogen One 3D smartphone coming to AT&T and Verizon

RED's Hydrogen One smartphone is headed to AT&T and Verizon this summer, offering a glasses-free 3D display and an interchangeable camera system. First phone from the famous RED camera company, the Hydrogen One has a 5.7-inch display that uses a homegrown 3D technology that's been branded 4-View.

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Honor 10 details: iPhone X and Galaxy S9’s features remixed

Honor 10 details: iPhone X and Galaxy S9’s features remixed

This morning the Honor 10 was revealed in full, complete with release details and pricing too. This device is the brand's self-declared flagship smartphone for 2018, and its primary aim is to bring "Beauty in AI" to the masses. This device's other major feature is its "avant-garde design" - which we've been waiting for in the smartphone industry for some time. Now, to see if they've done it.

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GM to harness 3D printing for lighter and less costly parts

GM to harness 3D printing for lighter and less costly parts

GM has announced that it is the latest in the automotive industry to begin looking to 3D printers to make lighter and cheaper parts for its cars. Lighter and less costly parts could be particularly important for the EVs that GM plans to roll out in the coming years. Less weight means longer driving distances and less cost means cheaper vehicles, both of which are good for buyers.

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Apple’s next iPhone may ditch 3D Touch

Apple’s next iPhone may ditch 3D Touch

The iPhone's 3D Touch feature, which enables gestures based on how much pressure is used when tapping the screen, may not be the most popular or useful thing about the device, but it's become well ingrained throughout iOS since its debut on the iPhone 6s in 2015. But now there's word from Ming-Chi Kuo, the reliable, well-connected analyst with KGI Securities, that after only three years Apple may be ditching 3D Touch for one of this year's new iPhones.

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6.1-inch LCD iPhone to ditch 3D Touch for better glass, Kuo

6.1-inch LCD iPhone to ditch 3D Touch for better glass, Kuo

This year's iPhones seem to be even more intriguing than last year's iPhone X before it was launched as the iPhone X. From uncertainties in its name to the variety of its quality and prices, there just seems to be a lot of difference between this year's three iPhone models. Here's another one, straight from the famous Ming-Chi Kuo. According to the analyst, the cheaper iPhone with the 6.1-inch LCD screen won't even have 3D Touch functionality in exchange for a more advanced type of screen.

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