You can now 3D print in perfectly Martha pastels [Startup Roundup]

Plus: Media news from Gimlet Media and VHX.

Martha Stewart for MakerBot® Filament was released this week. (Photo courtesy of MakerBot)

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Who’s making moves?

PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman announced they’re leaving WNYC’s One The Media with this episode. We kinda had a feeling. They will be making their next show, called Reply All, at Gimlet Media.

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia designed PLA filament colors for MakerBot: Lemon Drop, Robin’s Egg and Jadeite, as well as designs for tableware, called the Trellis Collection, according to a press release. All are available now in the MakerBot Store.

VHX is now making it possible for customers to save credit cards in their system.

Playmatics won the audience award at the MiNY Media Center for games using the PlayComix system, according to the Center’s blog.

Solidoodle announced that it has made its own 3D design software, but it only works on the Solidoodle Press so far. (We recently wrote about what the Press meant for the company.)

Formerly housed within Cobble Hill’s Blue Ridge Foundation, nonprofit DataKind is moving to Manhattan.

Companies: Solidoodle / DataKind / Made in NY Media Center / VHX / MakerBot
Series: Brooklyn

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