- a three-dimensional effect
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Three-D televisions were but a glimmer in high-end consumers' eyes.21 Tech Predictions for 2011
Thomas E. Weber, Brian Ries
January 1, 2011
The air was permeated with the familiar Saran-Wrap-in-a-microwave tang of three-d printers.
He gestured at the rapid prototyping machines they had, the three-d printer and scanner setups.
One of the little rats had gotten a three-d scan of his head while he was walking by and had made the bust on spec.
The next morning, Perry found himself desperately embroiled in ordering more goop for the three-d printers.