By Laura Beeston | The Globe and Mail
The future is now. At least, that was the message delivered at B3D, an inaugural 3-D printing, scanning, software and design conference that took place in Toronto last week.
Spearheaded by Toronto Image Works, Think2Thing founder Edward Burtynsky and product development specialist David Didur, the event brought together the brightest minds in what they call the “3-D technological renaissance.” The event was the first of its kind in Toronto, inspired by the innovation Burtynsky found at various international 3-D technology conferences over the past three years.
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