Endgadget. Nice clean design, for now. If you're reading this, you're an early adopter
Karin Sander, early adopter of 3D printing, still manages to make her mini-portraits look futuristic, as in this sculpture that makes her look as if she’s shimmering like a mirage or a hologram. (At Hauser & Wirth Gallery in Chelsea through April 8th). Karin Sander, Karin Sander 1:5, 3D color scan of the actual person polychrome 3D printing, black and white, plaster material, 33 cm/13 inches, 2015.
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The worst thing about astronaut ice cream is it tastes like Styrofoam. The second-worst thing about astronaut ice cream is it's available in a limited range of flavors. The <a href="https://harvestright.com/store/">Harvest Right in-home freeze dryer</a> kicks both problems to the curb. Go to Bi-Rite, Somerset Creamery, or Tucker's, pick up a gallon of the wildest flavor you can find, and put it in this $3,600 contraption. The resulting freeze-dried ice cream (or fruits or vegetables or a…