Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ...
Bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens ...
Now THIS has me officially excited about the future of 3D printing.
Two of my favourite things ... Virtual Reality and 3D Printing ... together at last!
VR is actually what got me into 3D printing in the first place, via The VR Walker Project.
MakeVR is powerful yet simple, giving users a creative experience based on Sixense’s innovative two-handed interface. It eliminates traditional menus and operations, instead relying on natural hand gestures to manipulate objects and tools using the STEM System or other 3D controllers. Combining the STEM System and MakeVR gives you a natural, intuitive and fun way to create, share, and print 3D models. MakeVR allows users with any level of experience to create, manipulate, and sculpt objects with their hands from within their own 3D environments. The solution includes collaboration that allows two or more users to work together in one virtual world.
It also works with the Oculus Rift (as you can see in the video) and the STEM System (aka, the Razor Hydra) which I bought into via Kickstarter recently.