In the past, we’ve shown you how designers are using 3D printing at the intersection of architecture and construction. Today, we’re going to show you something that is completely different. Softkill Design, a group formed at the Architectural Association School of Architecture’s Design Research Lab, have recently unveiled a project that envisions an architecture completely different from what most of us think of as architecture.
Robot hand creator “hairygael” challenges viewers to “print and build your own” in a YouTube video showing how to make a 3D printed hand. While this isn’t quite a DIY type project for most people, it’s pretty neat to see the inventor go into so much detail about how this hand was created. The video of the robot hand demonstrates how it functions, as well as how it was built