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The World Maker Faire is a great event to find out new emerging Do It Yourself technologies.
Last October, OLO was announced in New York: OLO is a new 3D printer for smartphones. OLO hardens the photosensitive resin inside OLO's build chamber to print the 3D model, using the light released by the flat screen of the smartphone.
The idea is born by two Italians, Filippo Moroni e Pietro Gabriele, reaching more than 2mln of funding to date.
The basic question that drives Gale's project is one that looms very large in our research activities, because it is one that must receive a complete, if not definitive answer, if Digital DIY is to really become a mass phenomenon:
University of Texas spirit: a 3D-printed cryptex in true Longhorn style. CC BY-ND
"Settimana della Scienza Gallarate (Varese, Italy) 2016" is about “That’s the Future”.
We just discovered a very interesting project, which is also one more great proof that the DiDIY project is indeed researching a hot topic, one that will force society to rethink and update laws and norms in many fields, from "intellectual property" to product liability: how does life change, when practically everybody can manufacture copies of ANY PHYSICAL OBJECT?