Technology has slowly been evolving ever since man created the wheel, but over the last 100 years, it’s really taken off in an extraterrestrial direction. Thanks to incredible advances in technology, people are now able to use a 3D printer to do some pretty wild things. If you haven’t seen what they’re capable of yet, then keep scrolling because you’re in for a huge surprise.Fortunately, with 3D printing people can spend less time in a cast and more time healing their bones.
“This is the first time anyone anywhere has successfully engineered and printed an entire heart replete with cells, blood vessels, ventricles, and chambers,” said lead researcher Professor Tal Dvi.
Now, a 3D exact replica of your face sure beats a selfie any day!
Those cords are using ultrasounds to help the bones actually heal faster! Talk about alien-like technology!
When this person noticed that his tiny neighbor wasn’t able to walk, he 3D printed this very tiny little carrier. Cute and easy to carry? You can’t beat that.
The jaw and teeth implants can help people get a new look with less scarring and downtime. Hopefully, this technology will help to save money and maybe even less pain.
Instead of making a costume or a chess board, this person decided to make this beautiful violin. Hopefully, it sounds as beautiful as it looks!
In the past, if someone wanted to dress up like a superhero they would have to be happy with a bit of cloth and maybe some paint. Today, thanks to technology, people can show up to Comicon in realistic costumes!
This house was printed in less than 24 hours! Imagine all the money and time saved!
But thanks to 3D printing, people who are blind are able to see magnificent works of art for the very first time.
Imagine how cool it would be to design your own jewelry. Wouldn’t that be awesome?
This looks like it’s something straight out of the Terminator! If you have to go without one of your limbs, this is definitely the way to do it.
Well, at least a replica of your brain. This father took the data from his son’s MRI and created an incredible replica of his brain.
So with the help of a 3D printer, this man made him a brand new bill! That’s one good looking bird.
When this animal’s shell became cracked, rescuers knew they needed to help. Thus, we have this incredible life-saving creation that you see here!
This adorable feline needed a bit of help walking, so her humans made this teeny little wheelchair for her! It’s sad that she needs it, but you can’t really get much cuter than that.
Over a six month period of time, this fella built an extremely lifelike Iron Man costume. Needless to say, it’s quite impressive.
The prototype is Adidas’ statement of intent for the future. Hopefully, one day customers will be able to walk into stores and have their feet analyzed so that custom shoes can be made for them on a 3D printer in just minutes.