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constant escape

winter withered, warm
Interesting, so 3D printing could thrive as a supplemental utility to other, more specific and developed tech. I can see that, whether it be lidar or something else (piezo/flexure tech, etc).

I just wonder what could be enabled by people, especially kids, who have effectively integrated 3D printing into their toolbelt, into their reach, and know when/how to use it.
 

HMGovt

Bamber Clatscoigne
Interesting, so 3D printing could thrive as a supplemental utility to other, more specific and developed tech. I can see that, whether it be lidar or something else (piezo/flexure tech, etc).

I just wonder what could be enabled by people, especially kids, who have effectively integrated 3D printing into their toolbelt, into their reach, and know when/how to use it.
Undetectably spoofing authoritarian surveillance would be an honourable hobby. Countermeasure sigils and camouflage. https://www.businessinsider.com/clo...acial-recognition-tech-2019-10?op=1&r=US&IR=T
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
Hadn't heard of most of those. The wearable face projector is especially cool.

Although if we can know about it, we can bet that the recognition software is being updated to account for it.
 
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