MiiCraft High-Quality 3D Resin Printer

22 Jun 2012 In: Gadgets

3D printers, I can never get enough of them. We’ve seen many makes and models, and many more materials that can be used in the making of your 3D creations. We’ve also seen many ways these printers function, from extrusion to carving.

Now, there is the MiiCraft, and it’s able to print in high-resolution, unlike the printers we’ve seen before, which only have rough edges and limited resolution.

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Anyone who uses graphic tablets will probably associate them with Wacom. In fact, there are hardly any other brand of graphic tablets that are as well-known as Wacom.

ViewSonic is probably most well known for their monitors, and they’re releasing a 32-Inch touch-sensitive screen to rival any Wacom Cintiq.

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Gesture control is abundant nowadays, as with the Leap Motion and yet more Kinect rivals are cropping up.

Another Kinect contender rushes into the fray with SoftKinetic‘s DephSense 325.

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There have been many styli developed for both iPads and android tablets alike, but so far there have been only a limited selection in the market with pressure sensors.

For the artists who want a cheaper way to using their tablet like a portable Wacom tablet with a screen, the PressurePen is your solution.

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Gesture control has been around for quite some time, the best examples being the Wii and the Kinect, or even the PlayStation Move. It always looks cool to be able to control something on-screen with just the flick of a wrist, or the wave of a hand.

The problem with these existing controls are that they only work with their own closed systems. Now, a San Francisco startup called Leap Motion aims to create better and more sensitive gesture control that will beat even the Kinect out of the water.

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