Laster cutting tools were developed for industrial manufacturing, but that didn't deter artist Gabriel Schama from adopting the tech and giving the age-old art of woodcutting a digital upgrade.
Not super into cartography? Add some lasers into the mix and see what happens. This video features a laser digging into some metal to create a map of Atlanta, Georgia and it's mesmerizing to watch it come into being before your eyes.
Fans of laser engraving can now prettify all their stuff with Epilog Laser's new Zing Laser, a machine that's roughly about the size of a bulky office scanner. The Zing Laser, one of the first fully functional low-cost laser etchers on the market, has 25 watts of cutting power and can engrave designs into wood,…