Cool CreoPop pen lets you draw in 3D

CEOPOPIf you think 3D printers are cool, then how about a pen that allows you to draws objects in 3D that’s truly cool? It’s called CreoPop from a Singapore-based company of the same name originally funded through Indiegogo. The pen uses specially designed ink made from photopolymers that flows freely from the pen and solidifies when exposed to LED diodes.

Cool in More Ways

Now when I say cool, I mean it in multiple senses of the word. Yes, it is cool – very funky; imagine you can draw almost in thin air. It’s also cool because of the types of inks it uses (more later) and again cool, since the ink that flows from the pen is more or less cool to the touch. Read more…at CanoeTech Blog.

Epson WorkForce All-In-One inkjet rivals multifunction laser


Attention all Dads. Did you end up with a gift card for Father’s Day and wondering what kind of gadget you might get yourself?  If you’re the kind of guy who likes to buy things that are both useful and practical for both home or office and that can also be shared with the family, then check out the Epson WorkForce WF-3640, an affordable colour inkjet all-in-one that fits those criteria and rivals multifunction lasers.

All-in-one really means 4-in-1.  It prints, copies, scans and yes, it even faxes for the few times you will actually need to. It’s pretty quick too, rated at 19ppm in black and 10ppm in colour and a little more than half that speed when printing double-sided.  It uses the latest DURABrite Ultra pigment ink so it shouldn’t fade or smudge.  Read more…at CanoeTech Blog.

Review: Kodak ESP Office 2170 All-In-One & 3D printing

There is no shortage of multifunction all-in-one (AIO) printers on the market, but every once and a whi

KodakESP2170le one comes along that offers something just a little bit different. The Kodak ESP Office 2170 is one of those. It gives you the ability to output stereoscopic 3D images – of course, you will need wear those goofy 3D spectacles if you want to stand any chance of seeing your photos pop off the page. If 3D doesn’t wow you, read on, as I have inkling, (pardon the pun) that there are some other features that may tickle your fancy. Read more… AT CANOE TECH BLOG

Social Media magazine in print, really?

Since when is the world’s first printed anything considered something novel and progressive in t

SocialMediaMonthlyoday’s world of wireless devices, apps, e-book readers and the trend towards everything green? Well it seems that a Washington DC-based technology group, The Cool Blue Company LLC , think so.   The Social Media Monthly, their magazine dedicated to the exploration of social media and its evolving technologies, has added a printed format.