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We might not be ready to 3D print a roast, but the complicated and edible structures produced by 3D printers could be the start of something new

The genuine Venus de Milo, at the Louvre Museum

3D printers revive the art of casting your own Venus

In the 19th Century, art lovers keen to enjoy classical sculptures in the comfort of their own homes would buy a copy in plaster, cast by artisans.

Sandra Bullock in Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity

Gravity's 3D supervisor attacks 'crap' 3D effects in superhero blockbusters

Chris Parks says Alfonso Cuaron used the technology properly

The age of 3D: the new Screen X system

Widescreen, immersive and no funny glasses: Is this the future of 3D cinema?

With cinema-goers clearly willing to pay extra, Kaleem Aftab reports on a new technology with a difference

George Clooney and Sandra Bullock star in Gravity

Gravity scores huge £35m box office opening

The biggest opening of George Clooney and Sandra Bullock's careers

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity.

Is Gravity the first film since Avatar that people want to see in 3D? Record 3D sales for Sandra Bullock space epic

Its opening weekend box office in the US should soar above $40m

Nintendo launches 'entry-level handheld gaming system': the £109.99 2DS

New handheld console ditches its predecessors clamshell design and 3D capability in order to hit a lower price point.

Would you download a car? Man 3D prints life-size Aston Martin DB4

The bodywork is being 3D printed in 4-inch squared segments before it'll be fitted over the innards of a Nissan.

The Velleman K8200 will be sold for £699.99. Source: MAPLIN

UK's first commercial 3D printer on sale in Maplin for £699.99

The Velleman K8200 will be available from July 9

Not even the opening of the 2012 Olympics could persuade many viewers to watch the BBC’s 3D broadcast

3D TV? It’s a turn off – BBC ends pilot as viewers fail to switch on

Put away those funny glasses: the BBC has decided to abandon its experiment with 3D after deciding there was insufficient appetite for it among audiences.

Doctor Who will be one of the final shows broadcast by the BBC in 3D

BBC to drop two-year 3D experiment after Doctor Who anniversary episode

3D broadcasting will end in November this year

MakerBot Replicator 2X 3D desktop printer on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas

3D printing for dummies: How do 3D printers work?

You've heard the hype about 3D printing but how does it actually work? Andrew Walker explains it's like baking a sliced loaf of bread backwards

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The LG 84' Ultra HD TV

A Week With: LG 84" Ultra HD TV

If TVs were people I'd marry it

Deep throat: Benedict Cumberbatch prepares to unleash his astonishing voice

Jonathan Romney on Star Trek Into Darkness: Benedict Cumberbatch, a supervillain worlds apart

JJ Abrams soaks the screen with colour, but a flared nostril and swirling coat steal the show

Nintendo to release a new version of 'The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past' for the 3DS

It was announced today that there will be a new game in the Zelda series created for the 3DS, but in a surprising twist, it will be set in the world of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.

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