The technology could help in easier and faster printing of 3D objects.
HP has introduced a new technology, what it claims to be the future plans for computing and 3D printing with HP Multi Jet Fusion along with a computer platform known as Sprout by HP.
HP Multi Jet Fusion is a technology designed to bridge the gaps in current generation 3D printers in terms of speed, quality and cost.
Sprout by HP is one of a kind computing platform which claimed to lay the foundation for future immersive technologies.
HP Printing & Personal System executive vice president Dion Weisler said: "Our ability to deliver Blended Reality technologies will reduce the barriers between the digital and physical worlds, enabling us to express ourselves at the speed of thought — without filters, without limitations.
"This ecosystem opens up new market categories that can define the future, empowering people to create, interact and inspire like never before."
The Multi Jet Fusion is made using HP Thermal Inkjet technology and it’s designed to improve the commercial viability of 3D printing.
It offers 10 times faster imaging than today’s current technology, and the technology applies multiple liquid agents to produce quality, accuracy, resiliency and uniform structure.
Sprout is a computer platform available for pre-order, it is a combination of advanced desktop system with dual screen HD touch screen coupled with a 20 point capacitive touch mat, and includes depth sensor, high-resolution camera and projector and scanner.
HP Consumer PC & Solutions senior vice president Ron Coughlin said: "With Sprout by HP, we introduce the first immersive computing platform, seamlessly merging these two worlds together, enabling people to intuitively bring their creations, work, and projects to life in 3D."