Imagine a world where if you wanted to go jogging, you could 3D print a pair of jogging shoes. Or if you wanted to go hiking, you could 3D print a pair of hiking boots. Imagine such a service that could be offered at hotels and resorts where guests will no longer have to worry about what kind of shoes to pack.
That seems to be a future that Adidas is envisioning, where users will be able to 3D print the right shoe for the right moment. This future is dubbed Futurecraft 3D and it exists more as a proof of concept for now as opposed to being an actual thing. However given the kind of things we’ve seen 3D printers can do, we wouldn’t be surprised if such a service would be offered in the future. Read full post →Adidas Futurecraft 3D Takes Running Shoes To 3D Printing Levels
You see something on Facebook that you think is funny, so you “Like” it. You see someone get married, you “Like” that event. You see a post about something going on in a part of the world, you’re upset and you want to acknowledge that so you “Like” it. It does seem like the “Like” feature in Facebook is rather limited in terms of what it can convey.
Now previously we had heard Facebook was planning a “Dislike” button that would allow users to show that a post or story upset them. This makes it more dynamic, but now according to a report from Engadget, it could be much more than that. According to Engadget, Facebook is said to be close to launching “Reactions”. Read full post →Facebook Could Be Looking To Take “Likes” To A New Level