By DE Editors
The Science Channel has teamed with author and theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku to explore how technologies of science fiction can feasibly (or plausibly) become parts of human life in the new series “Sci-Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible.” Cimquest has announced that Dimension 3D Printers will be featured in one of the shows during the series.
“We were very honored to have Michio Kaku come to our Bedminster, N.J., office to learn more about and film the FDM Process and Dimension 3D Printers for the series”, says Rob Hassold, president of Cimquest.
Based on Dr. Kaku’s New York Times best-selling book “Physics of the Impossible,” Sci-Fi Science combines his knowledge of theoretical physics with his ability to turn high-level science into viable, intelligible blueprints for light sabers, starships, time travel, and more. In each episode, Dr. Kaku illustrates how each fantastic invention would work and could be built. As he designs each blueprint, Dr. Kaku consults with scientists to ascertain whether or not the technologies are possible and when we might be able to manufacture each of them.
The program airs regularly Tuesdays at 10 p.m. Eastern
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