Real-World Star Trek-like ‘Replicator’ Makes Objects Appear Out Of Nowhere



Researchers at UC Berkeley and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory invented a new 3D printer, which they nicknamed “replicator” after the infamous Star Trek device. The printer makes objects appear seemingly out of thin air by using an off-the-shelf video projector to beam light into a cylinder of light-sensitive resin.

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