The Educator's Notebook

A weekly collection of education-related news from around the web.

Tag: 3D

    • Harvard Business Review
    • 07/21/15
    Surveys indicate that more than 30 percent of the top 300 largest global brands are now using or evaluating 3D printing (often with printing technology in-house) whether for prototyping and other innovation projects or in actual production of what they sell. Over 200 universities and colleges already offer 3D coursework in their curricula – covering […]
    • Fast Company
    • 11/12/13
    “Whatever it ends up looking like, the UI of the future won’t be made of just pixels.”
    • Harvard Business Review
    • 07/21/15
    Surveys indicate that more than 30 percent of the top 300 largest global brands are now using or evaluating 3D printing (often with printing technology in-house) whether for prototyping and other innovation projects or in actual production of what they sell. Over 200 universities and colleges already offer 3D coursework in their curricula – covering […]
    • Fast Company
    • 11/12/13
    “Whatever it ends up looking like, the UI of the future won’t be made of just pixels.”

TECH

GENERAL

    • Harvard Business Review
    • 07/21/15
    Surveys indicate that more than 30 percent of the top 300 largest global brands are now using or evaluating 3D printing (often with printing technology in-house) whether for prototyping and other innovation projects or in actual production of what they sell. Over 200 universities and colleges already offer 3D coursework in their curricula – covering […]
    • Fast Company
    • 11/12/13
    “Whatever it ends up looking like, the UI of the future won’t be made of just pixels.”

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