On March 3, award-winning singer-songwriter Ben Lee released an album that diverged significantly from his earlier work. In his self-explanatory new album “Ben Lee Sings Songs About Islam for the Whole Family,” Lee branches into the world of child-friendly, educational music.
In Japan, what started as a high school project has turned into a national phenomenon.
In 2010, students in an Industrial Design course at Wakayama Technical High School in Japan began a collaborative project with a local school for the blind. They hypothesized that they could use a 3D printer to recreate famous Buddhist statues in durable, inexpensive plastic that would allow visually impaired worshippers to experience the statues through touch. They began to create a model of a 51cm Aizen Myo-oRead more about Buddhist Temples in Japan Replacing Statues with 3D Printed Replicas