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The bad news: just as much of the world is starting to get excited about the prospects of 3D printing, science is moving on to the world of 4D. The good news: in the future, you might not have to assemble that Ikea chair yourself. \"4D printing\" is the term cientists are using to refer to a technol

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February 28, 2013 at 1:33PM
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We admit it: this could just be another highfalutin gadget render that'll never breathe the polluted whiff of day. But it's a nice render, which demonstrates a concept called the Smellit: a miniature olfactory factory that's meant to connect to your PC and bring a \"fourth dimension\" to video and

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Yo Carl Sagan, we found the fourth dimension! It was hiding in a South Korean movie theater all this time, and you can go try it out for the eminently affordable $15.80 a pop. CJ-CGV, an enterprising Korean cinema operator, has been offering its 4D experience for a year now, but Avatar's sellout suc

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Oh, brother. Evidently the 3D bandwagon was simply getting too full, so GenAudio has decided to start a new trend: 4D. Over in Park City at the Sundance Film Festival, said outfit is demonstrating its AstoundSound 4D sound localization cue technology, which purportedly enables audio to be \"perceived

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LG just announced its new XM-900 mouse for Korea. Besides featuring an adjustable 800 or 1600 dpi sensitivity this mouse also features a \"4D\" scroll wheel with touch sensor. A quick swipe of which allows you to navigate the space-time continuum, presumably. Well worth ???18,240 (about $20) or any p

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