CES 2015 was Jenny Lawton's first CES as the CEO of MakerBot. In the midst of all the chaos of the world's largest technology trade show, Lyndsey Gilpin and I sat down with Jenny and did a live interview on the CNET Stage to talk about the rise of 3D printing, the current state of the industry, and what's ahead.
We've taken the 25-minute interview and broken it down into four video short clips of the interesting stuff we covered:
- Video: MakerBot CEO introduces new materials for 3D printing at CES 2015
- Video: Cool and unexpected uses of 3D printing, according to MakerBot CEO
- Video: 3D printing is bridging the gap between artists and scientists, MakerBot CEO explains
- Video: Who's using 3D printers, according to MakerBot CEO
- CES 2015: Five big 3D printing trends to shape the year ahead
- CES 2015: A photo tour of the best and most interesting stuff
- CES 2015: Experts share picks for most-interesting wearable tech
- CES 2015: Wearables will soon address very timeless human needs
- The best crowdfunded tech at CES 2015
- The greenest gadgets at CES 2015
- CES 2015: Businesses must think security first when it comes to wearables
- Tech doing good: The other side of CES 2015
- CES 2015: Six cool new wearable tech devices
Jason Hiner has nothing to disclose. He doesn't hold investments in the technology companies he covers.
Jason Hiner is Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.