This, I suppose, is the future. Children who know nothing about design, nothing about machines, can build the toys of their dreams out of nothing. And that's just the start; It only gets more exciting from here.
And it'll come courtesy of a precocious girl with robotic hand, launching a major salvo of 3D-printing buzz by lobbing the first pitch.
An Israeli startup competing for Google's $30 million Lunar XPrize is planning to land a vehicle on the moon that has crucial parts made using 3D printing technology.