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3D Printing: The Next Big Thing in the Internet of Things
What would the future look like if the rapidly changing industries of the IoT and 3D technology were to bind together?
Communication Without Electronics
According to Jennifer Mankoff, an engineering professor at UW, "Our goal was to make accessible assistive technology using 3D printing, and we came up with creating a circuitless solution that could be 3D-printed and allow the device itself to collect information. During the process, we found 3D technology and the IoT are the keys to the future."
3D Printing + IoT + Health-Care IT
We can only predict what the future would look like if the two rapidly changing industries of the IoT and 3D technology were to bind together. For now, we are able to see only a fraction of the possibilities; however, there is no doubt that 3D technology would disrupt the way we handle things in every industry.
Swamini Kulkarni holds a bachelor's degree in instrumentation and control engineering from Pune University, and works as a content writer at Allied Market Research. She is deeply fascinated by the impact of technology on human life, and loves to talk about science and mythology. When she is not glued to the computer, Swamini loves to read, travel and daydream about her areas of interest.
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