In the following space, embed a photo of you, your handshake video, a 3-4 sentence description of your NetGenEd Team topic. Find a website from the 2013 Horizon Report on your topic and include a direct quotation. Insert a reference widget and bibliography citation. (delete the instructions after you are finished).

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My NetGenEd Team topic is 3D-Printing and Innovation. Basically 3D-Printing is a process where a three-dimensional object is created by laying down successive layers of material in different shapes. It is considered distinct from traditional machining techniques, and the 3D-Printer performs its processes using digital technology. This could help education with classes such as art and engineering because it could give you a better view and idea on the architecture sooner. It helps students actually see their sketches and blue prints come to life.

"In actuality, a 3D Printer goes beyond an image on paper and brings the object to life in real 3D."

Parker, Nancy. "7 Educational Uses for 3D Printing." Getting Smart. Getting Smart and Tom Vander Ark, 14 Nov. 2012. Web. 06 Mar. 2013. <http://gettingsmart.com/cms/blog/2012/11/7-educational-uses-for-3d-printing/>.