3D Printing And The Complexity Of Compiling Matter

Pedestrian bridge concept design generated in Autodesk Research software In his prophetic 1995 novel “The Diamond Age”, Neal Stephenson described a world in which public ‘matter compilers’ could 3D print virtually anything on demand, even diamonds. While the promise of having magical machines in every home churning out food, replacement parts […]

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