The XYZprinting Da Vinci Jr. 3D Printer's low cost and high ease of use make it an ideal entry-level 3D printer for anyone.
Knowing that he might very well spout nonsense as hundreds of journalists ask him inane questions, the actor gives advance warning.
Technically Incorrect: In another exciting interview to promote the new Avengers movie, Iron Man says Apple's new watch is small and not terribly interesting. He prefers his Omega.
Technically Incorrect: After a British interviewer suggests that Tony Stark has become more likable and that this applies to the actor, too, Downey becomes testy.
Technically Incorrect: Appearing with Jimmy Fallon, Tony Stark brilliantly demonstrates the breadth of spontaneous feeling that lives within his talent. Watch what happens when he smells bacon.
According to CNET's Dong Ngo, this 3D printer is misnamed -- it's huge, the kind of huge he approves of.
This new 3D printer is a great deal at just $349.
Technically Incorrect: See what you make of HTC's new ads, which ask you -- or the company itself, perhaps -- to "shoot for the moon."
Get ready to have all the feels. Robert Downey Jr. helps a 7-year-old fan born with a partially developed right arm get a new, 3D-printed bionic Iron Man arm.
Technically Incorrect: To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Google uses the work of a first-time doodle artist to depict the Selma march. Apple, too, changes its home page in homage.