First inspired by the mysterious and mathematical qualities of a caterpillars crawl, artist Reuben Margolin creates large-scale kinetic sculptures that use p…
You can 3D print just about anything these days. But soon, you’ll be able to 3D print meat, rocket parts, a house and a jumbo jet.
We expect MIT researchers to be innovators in 3D printing. We do not necessarily expect the same of caterpillars.