Two weeks ago, I attend this event at The Tech Museum of Innovation. The event was similar to the Thursday evening Art Mix at the Crocker Museum, but with an technological twist instead of the live music and exhibit-inspired activities.
During the main evening event, Scott Summit of Bespoke Innovations talked about how his team utilizes 3D printing technology to create functional and beautiful devices to fit the patients' medical needs...
In one of many display tables, Anatomage shows off their high-end "virtual dissection" table along with 3D printed cadaver models that look almost like the real specimens, but without the smell of preservatives and messiness to touch...Read More
This talk features a blinking prosthetic eye created by a team of students I mentored at UC Davis (after the 5:00 mark) and a prosthetic ear I made through the collaboration with the TEAM lab (9:00).