Behold Lux: The 100% Do it Yourself, 3D-Printed Medium-Format Camera

For his latest project, Grad student and specialty camera builder Kevin Kadooka decided to go 100% homebrew, producing a camera that uses nothing from an existing camera. Instead, his handsome medium-format Lux camera relies on off-the-shelf electronics and mechanical parts and a body constructed of plastic panels produced by a 3D printer. Continue reading “Behold Lux: The 100% Do it Yourself, 3D-Printed Medium-Format Camera”

Honda Releases its Concept Cars for 3DP with a CC License (VIDEO)

Concept cars shows are like the fashion shows of the autoworld. It disappointments me as I realize that the car will never be put into production. Honda is one car company that seems to be aware of this. Because you’ll never be able to drive one of their concept cars yourself, they’ve released them as a series of CAD models for you to modify and 3D print. Continue reading “Honda Releases its Concept Cars for 3DP with a CC License (VIDEO)”

Maxing iPad Loudness with 3D Printing

Whilst Apple’s iDevices are designed to require a relatively low requirement of vital ‘hidden-cost’ add-on peripherals — in part because of the vast amount of non-vital paraphernalia that Apple propagated as a culture of personalisation to express individualism in a milieu of iPhone ubiquity — they are designed to require an external speaker. The lack of maxed audio has been irritating Max Freeman of Geomagic Solutions for a while… Continue reading “Maxing iPad Loudness with 3D Printing”