Maidstone Museum to Use 3D Printing to Help Reconstruct 2,500-Year-Old Mummy

Although many of the world’s ancient treasures and artifacts have been recklessly destroyed or lost in the winds of time, those that we have been fortunate enough to keep unscathed…

Woolly Mammoth Resurrection – Forget DNA Regeneration, Just 3D Print One in 197 Pieces

Over the last three to four years there has been much talk about the possibility of resurrecting the now-extinct woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius). The mammoth, which is related to the…

The Small Museum Project Reframes Cultural Experience with a 3D Printed ‘Museum in a Box’

Good, Form & Spectacle, a London design firm, spent some time recently redefining the meaning of what a museum is–and can be–during their major research project called ‘The Small Museum.’…

Visual Art Exhibit Becomes Accessible to Visually Impaired Thanks to 3D Printing

As human beings, we have five senses, all of which we use on a daily basis. These senses allow us to better interpret our surroundings, share moments of joy with…

The Future of 3D Printing on Display at Florida Science Museum

Though 3D printing as we know it is a relatively new technology, it is already changing the way we live. A new exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in…


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