Disney Helps Children Print 3D Teddy Bears On Demand [Video]


Research team helps create a more huggable form of fabrication.

Ross Brooks
  • 30 april 2014

A 3D printer can create some pretty amazing things, but not many of them would be considered safe for children to play with. Disney Research may change all of that with a 3D printer that uses wool and other blends to create soft and cuddly playthings for children. It could eventually be used to embed electronics into toys, and offer competition to customization services such as Build-A-Bear.

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