Exactly. Those technologies have allowed the not-for-profit I work for to develop this —
Had not even thought about 3D printers for stuff like that, been buried in the software world for too long
The wife had an Ultrasound today, fancy new portable big laptop size machine.
Much better than the old one a decade + ago to see the baby.
I joking said "They will have ultrasonic attachments for Smartphones soon".
The operator said "they do, for iPad , only $1M at the moment"
Got me thinking, hmm Raspberry Pi medical gear.
I think you just got me hooked on 3D cases for them now.
Done a few medical Pi prototypes, cases has been the biggest issue.
Off the shelf ones are clunky and need a bunch of modifying.
A Pi Tricorder has been floating around in my head for a few years.
Been mentally collecting the pieces.
Wonder if I can get some time on the Titanium 3D printer?
I'm dancing on Rainbows.
Raspberries are not Apples or Oranges