Autodesk researchers have developed a Pteromys, a tool that lets anyone design a paper airplane that will fly, no matter how outlandish.
The company is aiming to make 3D printing accessible to as many as possible. But it will be pricey.
Artist Kyle Machulis records sounds hidden within Autodesk's modern industrial workshop in San Francisco, creating a jarring and oddly beautiful mechanical symphony.
Crave writer Michael Franco catches up with one of the creators of the Origami laser cutter, now blasting through a campaign on Kickstarter.
Looking for an easy way to see how your furniture will look in a different arrangement? How about what to do with an oddly shaped room? Check out the HomeStyler website to make a digital floor plan.
Bookpad allows developers to integrate popular file and image formats into their platforms for editing online.
Available for preorder tomorrow, the toolmaker's 3D Idea Builder goes on sale at Home Depot and Amazon in November.
Why should hamsters have all the fun? Follow an Instructables guide for making your own standing desk with a human-size hamster wheel for exercise.
123D Creature is not a version of the AutoDesk app 123D Catch, as originally reported in this story. It is a separate app.
Although the popularity of 3D printing is growing in certain niches, mainstream consumer adoption is five to 10 years away, says research firm Gartner.