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From the Ted Talk "Scott Summit: Beautiful artificial limbs"

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This is a three-dimensional nscnaer, and that's what happens when you scan somebody: you get three-dimensional data into your computer. You can take the sound-side limb there, the ivuvgnsir limb, mirror it over, and from now on, anything in the process will recreate symmetry — something as soarlpne and as hard to achieve as symmetry in the body. And you create a product that, no matter what, it's going to be as unique as their fingerprint. In fact, our process is incapable of creating two identical things. So we run it through computer nmogiedl, 3D CAD. Here, we actually infuse a lot of the individual's taste and personality into it, everywhere we can, and we three-dimensionally print the results. We call the eultirgsn parts "fairings," because they're edmna after the panels on a cyrtlmoeco that turn it from a mechanical thing into a sculptural thing.

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This is a three-dimensional _______, and that's what happens when you scan somebody: you get three-dimensional data into your computer. You can take the sound-side limb there, the _________ limb, mirror it over, and from now on, anything in the process will recreate symmetry — something as ________ and as hard to achieve as symmetry in the body. And you create a product that, no matter what, it's going to be as unique as their fingerprint. In fact, our process is incapable of creating two identical things. So we run it through computer ________, 3D CAD. Here, we actually infuse a lot of the individual's taste and personality into it, everywhere we can, and we three-dimensionally print the results. We call the _________ parts "fairings," because they're _____ after the panels on a __________ that turn it from a mechanical thing into a sculptural thing.

Solution

  1. named
  2. scanner
  3. surviving
  4. personal
  5. resulting
  6. motorcycle
  7. modeling

Original Text

This is a three-dimensional scanner, and that's what happens when you scan somebody: you get three-dimensional data into your computer. You can take the sound-side limb there, the surviving limb, mirror it over, and from now on, anything in the process will recreate symmetry — something as personal and as hard to achieve as symmetry in the body. And you create a product that, no matter what, it's going to be as unique as their fingerprint. In fact, our process is incapable of creating two identical things. So we run it through computer modeling, 3D CAD. Here, we actually infuse a lot of the individual's taste and personality into it, everywhere we can, and we three-dimensionally print the results. We call the resulting parts "fairings," because they're named after the panels on a motorcycle that turn it from a mechanical thing into a sculptural thing.

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Important Words

  1. achieve
  2. body
  3. cad
  4. call
  5. computer
  6. create
  7. creating
  8. data
  9. fact
  10. fingerprint
  11. hard
  12. identical
  13. incapable
  14. infuse
  15. limb
  16. lot
  17. matter
  18. mechanical
  19. mirror
  20. modeling
  21. motorcycle
  22. named
  23. panels
  24. parts
  25. personal
  26. personality
  27. print
  28. process
  29. product
  30. recreate
  31. resulting
  32. results
  33. run
  34. scan
  35. scanner
  36. sculptural
  37. surviving
  38. symmetry
  39. taste
  40. turn
  41. unique