History Channel's 3D Prophecy Challenge: More 3D Printing On Television

January 31, 2017

History Channel's 3D Prophecy Challenge: More 3D Printing On Television

3D Printing is enjoying a time where the technology is looking like a Star on television. HBO's Westworld features advanced 3D printers that are able to produce human-like robots. And now it is featured again on the History Channel through their Viking 3D Prophecy Challenge Giveaway. The challenge is a collaboration between the History Channel and 3D Brooklyn and is meant to test the knowledge of the show's fans. 

At the start of new Viking episodes, 3D printed objects are presented and videos are posted on social media. Fans of the show that could guess the importance of the object and how it will be used in the show can win prizes.

As time passes it seems that 3D printing is being shown on television more and more. It's pretty interesting!

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