10 Cools Things People Have 3D Printed Which Revolutionized the World
3D printing technology has been evolving for decades, but it’s only now that we’re starting to see the true benefits it provides humanity. It’s already revolutionizing the fashion and healthcare industry. And thanks to advancements in software and materials, 3D printers are creating some jaw-dropping things you have to see to believe.
The Fossilized Top
In 2010, this skirt and top combo made its debut. The designer, Iris van Herpen called her work of art “Crystallization.” But she didn’t make it with conventional materials. She used 3D printing technology to create what looks like a combination of a seashell, the horns of a goat and the remains of a fossilized dinosaur.