Voxel8 is a Boston-based, Harvard spin-out startup that is integrating the printing of conductive materials directly into 3D printing.

The future is pretty obvious at this point: I’ve previously mentioned conductive ink and 3D printing — combining the two is an obvious step forward.  Now:  Just add a pick’n’place machine and you can create a complete, 3D printed light fixture.  Or if you think at bigger scale, a complete 3D printed architectural surface with integrated, embedded lighting, energy harvesting and sensing.

Those Hahvahd kids are wicked smaht!