UK department store chain Selfridges has opened a new 3D printing-focused pop-up shop in the heart of Central London.
Aptly-named ‘Supermarket,’ the store has been branded a ‘reimagining’ of the shopping experience of the future, and is said to be packed with many sustainably-manufactured products. To celebrate 3D
Put your ear to the ground and you can hear the future. That’s because the advance party has already arrived – we are living in an early beta version of what’s to come. But the rumblings you sense now are nothing compared to the earthquake
Panasonic has built a device to help people find the ideal cosmetics for their skin.
Panasonic also happens to be a big beauty brand in Japan. With premium hairdryers, battery-powered face masks, steamers for the face and other stuff already in the market, it’s not just
John Lewis is piloting a new digital tool for its Any Shape, Any Fabric sofa service, using 3D printing and RFID tagging to help people choose their sofa.
The current Any Shape, Any Fabric service, which is already available in stores, lets shoppers choose a picture
Asda is rolling out its 3D printing service to 50 stores this January following two trials that it called “a resounding success”.
The supermarket started testing the service in York in October, before taking it on a tour of different stores just before the Christmas peak
UK grocery store chain Tesco is sending its researchers to Silicon Valley on a fact-finding mission to discover the feasibility of bring 3D printing to their stores. Potential uses under consideration are printing gifts, toys or even having a catalogue of spare parts for other