- STEAM PUNK
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
- VIRTUAL REALITY
- NEW MANUFACTURING
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- FASHION & WEARABLES
- PRODUCT DESIGN
- HOME AUTOMATION
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- 3D PRINTING
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
- 3D SCANNING
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- MUSIC & SOUND
Result for TAG "3D printing"
Give new shape through 3d printing to structures you commonly use.
What is the future of space exploration? What are the boundaries and limits to be overcome? Exploring space means traveling farther, visiting new places and returning with new experiences and knowledge to help us on Earth
Training activities in a digital key, enriched from time to time by collaborations with educational institutions, universities and companies.
Opening mechanism of a system of antennas and/or solar panels, through the activation of a polymeric shape memory material by electromagnetic stimulus
Personalised orthodontic facemasks for children for a gamified therapy
Digital sport system, closely integrated with the cloud for a dual monitoring of sport performances and environmental conditions
How can food be produced in future? What commonalities does it have with future space food? Futuristic hydroponic cultivations in modern appliances and a 3D food printer for healthy snacks-on-the-go.
The Hatrix is a collector of ideas, methodologies, prototypes and digital applications in the world of cultural heritage.
The Politecnico of Torino involves the students in Teams with a mission: “learning by doing” with the goal to grow up a new generation of engineers able to accept challenges and solve problems. The main goal of the teams is a practical training of the future engineer: to design means to compromise between an idea and what is actually buildable.
Exploring the use of Additive Manufacturing and NFC/blockchain technology to create experimental toys and collectibles based on mathematical/artistic shapes.
A glance to the future: innovative antimicrobial material for 3D printing developed in a virtuous collaboration between school and industry.
Zefiro is a 3D-printed pencil case equipped with Arduino sensors that is able to monitor the air quality in classrooms, making in-person classes a safer experience. Air pollution is usually underestimated while it may hinder teaching and learning experiences, as well as contribute to a rise in virus transmittal risk. Its light (LED) signals make it clear if it is necessary to open or close the window, limiting movements and distractions. The system aims to be cheaper and more accessible than standard air monitoring systems.