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Content posted in April 2013
Video: MakeVR Attempts to Create a Natural HMI
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4/30/2013  13 comments
MakeVR's natural HMI is a no-menu, instinctive drawing package for CAD and other applications.
The Social Network for 3D Printers
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4/24/2013  25 comments
Makexyz is the place where people can offer their 3D printer for other people to use.
Kleverbeast Brings Mobile App Creation to Non-Techies
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4/17/2013  8 comments
Kleverbeast allows anyone to create a mobile app using simple drag-and-drop mechanics.
Dutch Architect Plans to 3D Print a Building
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4/10/2013  35 comments
Using stereolithography, designers plan to 3D print buildings around the world at about $6 million a pop.
Video: Mycestro, a 3D Mouse for the Next Generation
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4/4/2013  21 comments
Mycestro is an index finger-mounted mouse for use in confined spaces. A recent Kickstarter success, Mycestro is set to add to the HMI of devices.




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