Design and test of shock-absorbing structures produced by AM to be applied to helmets used as PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in sports as climbing, biking, skating, etc.Read More
3DScan Mashup / Venus de Milo + Michelangelo’s DavidRead More
Curated stream of inspiring 3D & MotionGraphics.Read More
Generative collection, designed with code, 3D printed in Stoneware.
Generative collection, designed with code, 3D printed in Stoneware.Read More
Exploration on face detection and 3D reconstruction using AIRead More
Ceramic 3D Printing products and services for the industry & the artsRead More
12th Century Capitals 3D scanned & released.Read More
Turn GPS tracks into tiny mountains, 3D PrintedRead More
A service to turn wonderful drawings into awesome figurines; nice looking designer objects to decorate the home and office with a colorful touch of wild creativity.
One Cup a Day project is an experiment on creativity and rapid manufacturing, by ideating, designing, modeling and making available for production and purchase a coffee cup within 24 hours, everyday during one month.Read More
An ongoing collection of 3DPrinted toys based on a 3DScan of a real teddy bear combined with textures and modeling deformations. Each Jana model lives digitally in a server, and they are teleported to the physical world just when needed. The toys are made on-demand, they don’t exist until they are bought.Read More
On the path to get the perfect 3D-Print, many meters of filament get piled up as discarded disappointments,
as bastard objects that never were,
as unborn half-things…
… and they are beautiful.Read More
Ongoing research on structures & lattices to enhance SLS 3D-Print properties.
3D printing allows for the creation of shapes and volumes never possible before,
thus, materials might behave differently when presented on new shapes.
A set of lightweight geometrical christmas decoration balls 3DPrintd in Red, White and Black.
Because it was christmas and I wanted to design & make something with 3D Printing that was price competitive with mass produced objects.
Since 3D Printing costs are driven by volume and material used, I designed the geometry of these balls to use minimum material while keeping maximum strength, resulting in a $5 costs. quite OK compared with fancy mass produced christmas balls :)
3D-Printed lampshade inspired by mediterranean decorative tilesRead More
3D-Printed Home AccessoriesRead More