Thursday morning mews, New Year Big Cat Beauties... a whirling ice mist that sparkled like tiny gems fell in the tame prairie last night... and there's a thin layer of frozen snow this morning.
Lots of changes speeding toward us, darling kittens, so watch your step and your tails. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!
Authoress news and mews ~
Warm up your toes and your heart-passions at the BLOG HOP ~ Baby, It's Cold Outside on January 3-5th at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS.
The Kougar had a chance yesterday to read through a lot of her COMING SOON flash-scene novel, His Claimed Bride, Happy New Year On Another Earth. However, a lot left to go.
3-D Chocolate Sculpture ~ This would be a good part of a plotline... SMILES...
From UNKNOWN COUNTRY ~unknowncountry.com/news/3d-printers-will-we-soon-be-able-print-out-replacement-body-parts~
3D Printers: Will We Soon be Able to Print Out Replacement Body Parts?
Monday, December 30, 2013
3D printers are now being utilised for a variety of different mediums; in fact, there seems to be no limit to their potential.
In Britain, they are being used to create the ultimate chocolate gift by a company called ChocEdge. The company, which grew out of a University of Exeter project in 2012, can create a unique sculpture of your face using layers of dark, milk or white chocolate, based on a photographic image.
"Everyone loves chocolate so that’s why we’ve tried to make it easy and accessible for mainstream consumers," said Dr Liang Hao from the University of Exeter, who founded Choc Edge.
The chocolate creations are made by depositing very thin two-dimensional layers of melted chocolate, around 0.05mm thick, onto a substrate to build up the three-dimensional shape. Traditional methods of chocolate sculpturing rely on expensive molding tools, a fact that limits the potential to create very complex designs, but the new method means that that practically any design is possible using the same technology.