Has your Instagram feed been lacking good photos lately? Sure, it’s great to see selfies of your friends and pictures of places that you’ve always wanted to visit, but for tech lovers, here are some accounts that should check out.
This week, we’re giving you an inside look at our new Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA) located in Pittsburgh, PA. Funded by various #GE businesses, CATA brings additive #technologies like #3Dprinting into the mainstream. Brian Adkins, additive #manufacturing #engineer, prepares to vacuum a DMLM 3D printer to salvage unused metal powder and prevent cross-contamination. Stay tuned for more glimpses inside CATA this week. Photo captured by @seenewphoto. #tech
#3DNext: This innovative ceramic #3Dprinter brings a hand-crafted feel to a cutting edge art. Designed by Steffen Hartwig (@stef.hartwig), it extrudes heavy clay instead of polymers or metals, resulting in imperfect prints straight out of old-world ruins. See more of his work here: bit.ly/1YSFrTc
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His art isn’t complete without human help, and he thinks everyone should be involved. “From kids to adults, you can engage just by realizing that you are changing the moment.” Gabriel Pulecio uses Microsoft Kinect to combine random beauty and controlled technology. Learn how @remembervictoriosa’s making moments that will never be repeated: http://msft.it/Gabriel
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