3-D Printer Makes Robotics a Piece of Cake

What to do when you're stuck inside during a January snowstorm? Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Computer Science Audrey Lee-St. John passed the time by building a three-dimensional printer with some of her students and robotics engineer Dan Barry (who has also collaborated with Lee-St. John on an autonomous wheelchair). Besides just being cool, the printer will allow students to produce parts for future robotics projects.