An explosion of on-demand apps gives a modern twist to some old traditions and even delivers us some new ones we didn't know we needed.
Hot Pop Factory is using a Microsoft Kinect and a Makerbot to create a Pez dispenser topped with 3D heads modelled from life.
A cremation supplies company now claims to be selling 3D-printed memorial urns in the shape of your loved one -- or celebrity hero.
Why squirm uncomfortably on a real Iron Throne made from blades when you can snuggle into a bean bag that looks like the coveted chair in "Game of Thrones." Crave chats with Isabell Kiko about her cozy craft.
A pop-up shop in Hamburg, Germany, will let customers get an incredibly lifelike 3D-printed statuette of themselves.
Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park visitors will be able to have themselves 3D scanned and printed as a Stormtrooper — or frozen in carbonite.
The Kinect for Windows Software Developer's Kit 1.7, including the Fusion 3D-scanning API, is now available for download.
In her upcoming book, author Gina Keating uncovers Netflix's "secret" history and looks at what some have called CEO Reed Hastings' "social IQ of zero."
WotWentWrong is a Web app that lets dumped daters know exactly why their love interests are no longer answering their phones calls and text messages.
A visit to what may be the world's only museum dedicated to Pez.