Elon Musk - The Future of Design

Create and 3D-Print rocket parts (or anything) with your hands

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+8 1. orion commented 10 years ago

I expected him to really design something, but this turns out to be just a glorified mouse (obviously - gestures are not precise enough to actually model and sculpt, or even select different tools). You are just rotating something around and taking cross sections, the gestures are the same as on all commmon touch phones (zoom, rotate, slide), except for this one you arms hurt after 2 minutes. Utterly useless.
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+2 2. h3rrKarlsson commented 10 years ago

#1: It would do no harm to those engineers.. they need some workout too right? ;)
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-2 3. CiF commented 10 years ago

what a bunch a crap! I agree with #1
plus, what about the solidity of the 3d printed parts in metal ?? i bet it's not even usable.
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+7 4. h8isgr8 commented 10 years ago

Using large heavy body parts to manipulate weightless objects. Seems efficient.
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0 5. Oddi commented 10 years ago

The point is the industry needs (and want) to move to more human native controlling standards.. thats a step but mostly for demonstration i believe.. also, the https://www.leapmotion.com interface i think they use have proven to be kinda inaccurate even for everyday use. Possibly he got paid by the said brand to promote the product or somethin..