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Where we should put the frontier to distingish the stupid technology vs. reasonable technology?

But the stupid technology a good business too, so in this sense, stupid tech contributes to the business wheel in the rigth way creating Jobs and boosting commerce.

What technology solve really problems?

Always, we have to examine case by case, as depending the country, the business around, the time we save, or the solution of the technology, we can say, by common sense, if it is reasonable or not, if the experts in each case are not stupid too.

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The Markforged, a 3D printer manufacturer based in Boston, has just announced two new models — the X3 and the X5. Both of these printers are designed to create carbon fiber-infused objects using a standard filament printing system and both can produce items that can replace or are stronger than steel objects.

Researchers at the Stanford Computational Imaging Lab have developed a system that can capture 3D images of objects hidden around a corner. The team says it could be a breakthrough for autonomous vehicle applications.

Global laser distance meter market is anticipated to experience a steady growth rate in the coming years owing to the rising application of laser distance meter in the construction sector for accurate and fast measurement of floor dimensions:

3D Printer market has dominated many regions of the world in past few years. According to the global 3D Printer market report, it will continue to rule in upcoming years. The ever-increasing demand for 3D Printer market and various business opportunities have boosted the 3D Printer growth.  

General Electric is poised to start churning out the world's largest laser-powered 3D printer that makes parts out of metal powder, delivering examples to factories next year so that they can get started making airplane parts and products for the automotive, power and oil and gas industries.

The prototype Atlas printer, announced on Wednesday, can print objects up to one meter long using titanium, aluminum and other metals instead of the plastics, resins, and filaments that many commercial and consumer 3D printers use 

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Developing and emerging economies could save $40 billion worth of electricity and prevent 320 million metric tonnes of carbon pollution annually simply by transitioning to LED lighting, according to estimates from United Nation’s Environment. 

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One of Hong Kong’s main tourist attractions, the ‘Symphony of Lights’ laser show, has been refreshed for the first time in 14 years, featuring new installations and additional LED boards that organisers claim will consume less energy than the previous version.

PG Photonics (Oxford, MA): This fiber-laser manufacturer’s third quarter revenues of $392.6 million represented a 48% year-over-year increase, pushing its nine-month revenues over $1 billion, up from $726 million in the same quarter in 2016. The bulk of this came from materials processing, with sales increasing 52% year-over-year—key markets here were cutting, welding, and 3D printing applications 

In addition, many smartphones—including the iPhone 8—contain VCSELs for 3D sensing and ranging applications, which has become a major driver in the growing sales of these lasers.



Scientists produce 3D images that can float in air

Scientists have almost brought to life one of the most classic sci-fi technologies -- 3D displays, using so-called optical trap display that projects graphics into the air.

t is impossible to get light to just stop dead in air, so it has led doubt that we can never realize 3D projections. However, the research team led by holography expert Daniel Smalley has managed to pull it off thanks to some very special lasers.

According to the Nature report, this display works by first isolating a cellulose particle by forces conveyed by a set of near-visible laser beems in a photophoretic trap

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