Unless you’ve been living under a rock, by now you’ve probably heard of something called “3D printing.” This is a new technology that allows people to print actual “3D” objects, as opposed to “2D” printing on a piece of paper.
Since its discovery, scientists have gone wild. For example, labs have already printed out:
- Human ears
- Skin grafts
- Even blood vessels!
It’s truly an amazing achievement… but it leads to the natural question: What will they print out next?
Could we soon see the full-scale printing of human bodies? If so, what type of regulations should be in place?
One company, a research group located in Florida, is taking a hard look at the facts. Already, they have located the institute at the forefront of these technological developments. In fact, this was the actual institute—a secret, hidden lab near Silicon Valley—that inspired Steve Jobs to create his first computer!
While we can’t foretell how far away we may be from “printed people,” the company at the forefront of these developments should offer substantial gains to those early enough to invest in it.
For the full scoop on what one analyst is calling a “once-in-a-lifetime game changer,” click here.