Hacked 3D printer lets anyone tattoo themselves
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The implications that 3D printing has for manufacturing is already well known, and many other industries have started to wake up to the idea of automatic product creation. We've even seen startups such as Mink tie the technology into cosmetics, with consumers able to 3D print their own makeup at home by picking a color from their computer. Now France-based project Appropriate Audiences has hacked a MakerBot to enable anyone to print a tattoo design from their computer onto their skin. Called Tatoue, the machine was made from a modified desktop MakerBot by three French design students studying at ENSCI…
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