Digital fabrication consists of much more than 3-D printing.  It is an evolving suite of capabilities to turn data into things and things into data. . .The collective challenge is to answer the central question it poses: How will we live, learn, work and play when anyone can make anything, anywhere?

–Neil Gershenfeld, head of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms, “How to Make Almost Anything” (subscription required)

Posted by Rob Fields