I can’t tell you how many times I wished my virtual pottery collection in Let’s Create! Pottery , a fun game on iOS and Android that lets you sculpt and paint little pottery pieces, could be brought to real life. Now through the magic of 3D printing, I can do just that.
I can’t tell you how many times I wished my virtual pottery collection in Let’s Create! Pottery , a fun game on iOS and Android that lets you sculpt and paint little pottery pieces, could be brought to real life. Now through the magic of 3D printing, I can do just that. Inside the game, you can sculpt and paint your pottery piece just as you would in previous versions of the game.
We recently sat down for a detailed interview with 3D printing pioneer Peter Weijmarshausen. Peter is co-founder and CEO of Shapeways , the leading 3D printing marketplace and community that helps people make, buy and sell anything they want.
Sculpteo is at the Milan Design Week with Particule 14 on Material Matters 2 exhibition , with NoDesign presenting exclusive designs conceived for the Sculpteo iPhone app and… at Tom Dixon’s MOST Salone with our partner Dassault Systèmes ! Yes, we love design and we think that 3D printing is among the most important trend of a new era of Design 2.0. MOST Salone is taking place at the National Museum of Science and Technology for the Milan Design Week from Tuesday 17 – Sunday 22 April 2012
Next week, a fascinating exhibit will open in Chicago that will feature work from not one, but two of MakerBot’s former Artists-in-Residence, Micah Ganske and Marius Watz . Improbable Objects is an element of Ex Nihilo, a solo exhibition from the artist, technologist, and writer Patrick Lichty
If 3D printing advances as fast as 2D printing advanced, we’ll be working with our own Replicators from Star Trek by the year 2080. It took just 40 years for the original printing press to turn over from the single Gutenberg press to get to a mass production scale across Europe, and much, much less time for computers to advance from massive machines to teeny-tiny chips. With advances like home-bound do it yourself printers and the fact that pirate sites across the web are now sharing model files so that you might print your own objects at home without effort, we’ve not got much time at all before advances are made to the tune of Earl Gray, Hot