2 Reasons Why Michael Jackson Would love this 3D Printing Technology

2 Reasons Why Michael Jackson Would love this 3D Printing Technology Clapway

Maybe the greatest innovation over the last decade has been 3D printing. It has allowed people to make all sorts of fantastic things like furniture, fashion designs, and even full homes. Now, we turn to Michael Jackson, who was one of the most popular music artists of all-time. What do these two have in common? Well, when you hear what recent research has discovered it will all make sense. This research, which was published in Nature Biotechnology, revealed that human organs and limbs could be printed from scratch. Is it all starting to make sense now?

2 Reasons Why Michael Jackson Would love this 3D Printing Technology Clapway

FIRST REASON: PRINTING MORE LIMBS

This study that was published revealed that scientists are believing this is possible because they have invented a 3D printing machine that is capable of printing cartilage. As the Discovery News tells it, this printer is being dubbed the Integrated Tissue and Organ Printing System and it could be the printer of the future. What the scientists are planning on doing could lead to synthetic organs being in development. If Michael Jackson was still alive, I am sure he would be salivating at the mouth at the thought of this.

SECOND REASON: THIS IS WHAT MICHAEL JACKSON DID

Over his lifetime, Michael Jackson spent many years trying to make himself perfect. In his eyes, this would require countless operations to reach his version of perfection. He had every possible operation you could imagine, including bleached skin, cheek implants, and lip augmentation. So, with this research that 3D printing could lead to the development of human organs and limbs, the match makes sense. There is no doubt that he would love this because it would give him another crazy operation to try. Unfortunately, he is never going to get the chance to enjoy this. However, wherever he may be I am sure he has a smile on his face when he hears 3D printing.

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