You’ve probably been hearing a lot about 3D printers. People are currently trying to find their limits and well, haven’t succeeded yet. I hear rumors of food, body parts, and guns being printed. How about we take a step back and appreciate it for the art it can create in addition to the science and technological achievements?
I, for instance, love this jewelry made with a 3D printer. It’s geometric, science-y, and yet makes an elegant statement piece. Best part? It’s relatively inexpensive. The pendant necklace is $59, the ring is $55, and a pair of square dangle earrings are only $36. You can find the whole set at TheGrommet.com!
What are you loving most about 3D printers?
This girl made her graduation dress out of 75 pages of math homework–impressive!
This proves that:
- Geeks clean up nice
- Math is beautiful!
Wish I had thought of this for my graduation!
Looking for the perfect graduation gift? How about a nice watch that will make that grad actually USE their education?
The Geek Wrist Watch uses math to tell time through various formulas and references.
Geek Wrist Watch, $65 at Uncommon Goods.
If you haven’t already heard, today is Pi Day. And while most blogs use it as a chance to post about pies, I say screw that. (Long live the cupcake!). Take today to appreciate the actual subject matter: Pi itself.
How many decimals to you know? The Pi Trainer can help you learn more! impress your friends, and make them think you spent EVERY Saturday in high school memorizing. Once you’ve learned your goal amount, go ahead and reward yourself with a slice of the other kind of pi(e).