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3D printers will print body parts
posted February 22 2011 20:12.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is how it goes: Your body will be scanned with a special scanner, and a huge amount of data will be stored in your personal file. If for any reason you miss a body part like after an accident, then you will go to the hospital and ask for a spare part. They will then use a 3D printer to print your missing part. It is not science fiction, it is the next 20 years of evolution, as Hod Lipson from Cornell University explains in this video.



[Via: dvice]    [Link: bbc]
Tags: futuristic   theory/tutorial   crazy designs   biotechnology   innovations   science   health & nature   3D printing   experiments   research   
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