Looks like some folks at MIT are trying to make a flute that can be printed on a 3D printer:
So now we have a PADD, we all have bridge screens in our living rooms, we talk regularly on communicators, and now we’re getting simple replicators.
Hat Tip to Instapundit
4 thoughts on “Living in Star Trek”
I don’t need a phaser or disrupter but a Tri-Corder would be cool so I can find out how much natural gas is on my property or what is causing my kid’s fever.
We’re getting there.
The NASA iPhone/gas sensor is pretty cool.
CNC machining also fits in this nicely. It’s my understanding that a lathe can be used to replicate itself as well.
Sebastian, have you seen the stereolithographic printer (that’s what these 3D printers are called, as I understand) that can…
… build ORGANS from living tissue used as ink?
One Klingon spinal column, comin’ up! :)
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