3D systems CES 2015 in photos
- The Ekocycle Cube, made in partnership with Coca-Cola, uses post-consumer plastic as raw material for printing.
- The fashion items ranged from ornate jewelry to a dress printed with materials that are used in Formula 1 cars.
- The designs that were shown were open source, 3D Systems' Creative Director Annie Shaw told me. The goal is that consumers will download the designs to print at home, or even modify them to fit their needs.
- 3D Systems has collaborated with designer Iris Van Herpen, who gathered inspiration for the collection from a visit to the Large Hadron Collider, according to Shaw.
- 3D systems announced CocoJet at CES, the result of a partnership with Hershey.
- The ChefJet, seen here, was announced at last year's CES.
- A rep helps troubleshoot the issues that delayed the event.
- Will.I.Am + 3DS (do not beam in unless you are Adam)
- The future of candy packaging is a USB drive.
- 3D Systems is offering an SDK for the Touch haptic stylus aimed at digital design and virtual gaming for $599.
- 3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental, will.i.am, and the CocoJet printer.
- The entire top of this beetle-shaped cake was printed using 3D printers.
- This tart candy was one of our favorite things we saw at last year's CES. They were just as delicious this time around.
- All of these candies came out of the 3D printer looking just like this.
- These are the 3D-printed legs that 3D Systems made for Derby the dog, a pup that was born with deformed front legs. Thanks to these, Derby was able to run for the first time ever.
- The fins on this surfboard were 3D-printed as well, and they were modeled after the fins of a whale.
- One of the biggest applications for 3D printing is the creation of drones.
- Another star was on hand at the event — Justin Bieber. These ping pong paddles were made in his likeness.