New printer creates color by shaping nanostructures

Laser morphs tiny germanium pillars to generate shades that won’t fade

famous architecture images

SUPER RESOLUTION  A new printer can make extremely high-resolution images. Here, the printer has reproduced images of famous architectural structures at 127,000 DPI.

Technical University of Denmark

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