In the future, we are going to 3D print food, organs, and everything in between. This video from Tangible Media Group covers what it takes to 3D print programmable hair structures for flat and curved surfaces. Users will be able to design and change a hair’s angle, thickness, density, and height.
Such a technology can be used to build a new kinds of interactive objects.
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