"A fish swims around in a tank, just being its normal fish self. But all the while, its path is being plotted in 3-D space. Float is an installation by the media artist collective panGenerator. It’s a fish tank, surrounded by cameras, that translates a fish’s movements into a 3-D printed sculpture."
"An ongoing series of large-scale bronze shells continues in production since 2011. The most recent edition can be seen at Quinn's solo exhibition The Littoral Zone at Institut Océanographique, Monaco until 15 October 2012."
"Over the last few weeks, we’ve been talking a lot about all the possibilities inherent in 3-D printing. And the technology’s potential future is tantalizing: hospitals printing bespoke organs to fit transplant patients, the military and manufacturers solving design problems on the fly and smart machines making their own offspring, to name just a few.
But one area we haven’t looked at yet where 3-D printing is already making its mark is in the art world. A tribe of technophile artists is embracing 3-D printing for its ability to make intricate, complex shapes with seemingly impossible angles and undulating curves. And who knows? Maybe, like in Apple’s successful product creation formula where design meets engineering, some of these artists’ bright ideas will help the technology advance."
"For the solo exhibition of Alicia Framis in the Rabobank headquarters Utrecht, the Netherlands, Joris van Tubergen made an interactive installation using an Ultimaker 3D printer. Together with software developer Miguel Jimenez he developed the ‘Screaming Room’: A stand alone installation where the scream of a visitor is instantly translated into a shape printed by the Ultimaker. Without any intervention of an external operator this installation produces unique art pieces by the visitor: For free! The 3D art piece, made of biodegradable plastic, is a gift to the screamer."
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