VHA takes a 3D approach to showing off its medical innovations
The agency's second annual Innovation Experience on Oct. 22-23 will put its latest advances in medical modeling, VR/AR and other technologies at the public's fingertips.
The military wants to build barracks autonomously
The group's newest commercial solicitation seeks "Construction Scale Additive Manufacturing" solutions.
The Air Force is 3D printing replacement pieces for the F-22
A first-of-its-kind part, installed in December, could be the first of many.
Smartphones can steal 3-D printing plans by listening to the printer
Smartphones equipped with special programming can become a sophisticated spy sensor capable of stealing designs from a 3-D printer — just by measuring the noise and electromagnetic radiation the printer emits.
Navy divers take a dip into smart glass technology
Navy divers are testing smart glasses as a heads-up display "like Iron Man" to get more underwater visibility.
Maker movement at center of HHS’ innovative strategy
With time running out for the current administration, the Department of Health and Human Services IDEA Lab is looking to the entrepreneurial maker movement to make fast improvements to the hardware industry that supports Americans' health and wellness.