FDA gives the nod to a 3D-printed facial implant that can be customized for individual patients in need of facial-reconstruction surgery.
How would you look as a demon? A software program seeking funding on Indiegogo uses a Webcam to map your facial expressions and movements onto the face of an animated character.
Want to keep your phone secure with just your face? This $152 Chinese handset will do just that.
Glasses.com has a free iPad app that helps you try on spectacles using a 3D model of your face.
Both New York City and New York State introduce legislation to either curb the making of 3D-printed firearms or ban their use altogether.
Energize! Cubify will put your mug on a "Star Trek" figurine in classic uniform, with your choice of rank, pose, and shirt color. Red shirt, anyone?
Some lucky Japanese will get their lovers' sweet likenesses on Valentine's Day. Lollipop format also available.
Wired reports 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys has nullified a lease agreement with Defense Distributed.
The headsets are coming, the headsets are coming! The disturbing trend of consumer electronics companies wanting to perch on your mug continues.
By simply taking a frontal image of a face and sending the image via the Internet, A*Star's 3DFM Web server automatically maps it on a virtual avatar head.