A stop-motion animation of a whole bunch of 3D prints:
Previously, previously, previously, previously, previously.
The stop-motion animation guys have been using 3D printing for a while. E.g., printing a batch of a character's heads with all the speech mouth positions. Their code analyzes the sound track, and automatically generate a frame-by-frame list of what head to use for a particular frame.
Reminds me of this essay about art as it goes back and forth between the digital and physical domains.
"I suppose you are wondering why I have asked you all here today. I'm sorry to have to be the one to tell you that we are facing a honey shortage the likes of which few of us have ever imagined is possible. Bobo will fill us in with a background presentation which should last half an hour or so with Q&A, and then we will have 20 minutes for brainstorming before the chair entertains formal motions."