shubush digital
Follow
Find
2.1K views | +0 today
 
Rescooped by petabush from Design to Humanise
onto shubush digital
Scoop.it!

3D Printed Dress on the Catwalk at Paris Fashion Week

For the first time ever, designers have 3D printed a multi-material dress composed of both rubber-like and rigid elements that are 3D printed simultaneously ...

Via Beste Ozcan
petabush's insight:

more from Iris van Herpen here with Neri Oxman

more...
No comment yet.

From around the web

shubush digital
looking at the digital in design and the arts
Curated by petabush
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

3ders.org - British PhD student 3D prints on inflatable substrate to create artificial muscles | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - British PhD student 3D prints on inflatable substrate to create artificial muscles | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Fergal Coulter, a lecturer and PhD candidate at the College of Art & Design and Build Environment at the Nottingham Trent University, is using 3D printing and scanning techniques to create artificial muscles.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Digital Design and fabrication
Scoop.it!

Biotech Firm 3D Prints Fake Rhino Horn That's Genetically Identical To The Real Thing

Biotech Firm 3D Prints Fake Rhino Horn That's Genetically Identical To The Real Thing | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Biotech startup Pembient is planning to deploy the forces of DNA technology and economics to save the rhino. It's risky plan, that could undermine other efforts, but with poaching out of control and subpopulations on the verge of extinction Pembient argue this is the best bet for the survival of the rhinoceroses in the wild.

Via Michael Dunham, Hassan Raza Balti
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Ultimaker and Joris Laarman Lab 3D Print a Chair to Solve the Ultimate Design Puzzle - 3D Printing Industry

Ultimaker and Joris Laarman Lab 3D Print a Chair to Solve the Ultimate Design Puzzle - 3D Printing Industry | shubush digital | Scoop.it
The ultimate chair is a 3D printing puzzle for future generations
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from DigitAG& journal
Scoop.it!

DX toronto presents 3DXL - a large-scale 3D printing experience

DX toronto presents 3DXL - a large-scale 3D printing experience | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ the design exchange's '3DXL' exhibition brings forth some of the world's most innovative large scale 3D printing projects realized to date.”
Via Andrea Graziano
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from The Integral Landscape Café
Scoop.it!

Amazing Chandelier Transforms Any Room Into a Fairytale Forest

Amazing Chandelier Transforms Any Room Into a Fairytale Forest | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ The Forms in Nature Chandelier by Hilden & Diaz projects a 360 degree shadow of trees onto the surrounding walls.”
Via Anne Caspari
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Sustainable Futures
Scoop.it!

New process prints electroluminescent layers directly onto three-dimensional objects

New process prints electroluminescent layers directly onto three-dimensional objects | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“Researchers from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Franz Binder GmbH & Co have developed a new manufacturing process to print EL panels directly onto the surface of almost any convex and concave shape. Even, apparently, onto spheres.”
Via Flora Moon
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Lorem ipsum dolor sit er elit lamet, consectetaur cillium adipisicing pecu, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ull...

Lorem ipsum dolor sit er elit lamet, consectetaur cillium adipisicing pecu, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ull... | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Description
petabush's insight:
Insight
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Cyborg Lives
Scoop.it!

These Sols Adaptiv high-tops are 3D printed, robotic and adapt to your feet

These Sols Adaptiv high-tops are 3D printed, robotic and adapt to your feet | shubush digital | Scoop.it
The futuristic boots are made from a shell, 3D printed by specialists Shapeways, using a material called Elasto Plastic which is similar to nylon. The bonkers design is the work of Sols' collaborator on the project, Continuum Fashion.

But it doesn't stop there, a 3D printed inner boot can be completely customised to the wearer based on a 3D scan of the feet and ankles. And custom insoles inside, also 3D printed, will have air bags and air pockets to precisely alter the fit.

Via Wildcat2030
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Why We Still Don't Have Cheap, Customizable 3-D-Printed Shoes For All

Why We Still Don't Have Cheap, Customizable 3-D-Printed Shoes For All | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Today, 3-D-printed shoes are luxury experiments. Here's what it'll take to make shoes people actually want and can afford to wear.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Fusion Implants–and Their 3D Printed Dog Knee Replacements–Win New Funding

Fusion Implants–and Their 3D Printed Dog Knee Replacements–Win New Funding | shubush digital | Scoop.it
There are things that people tend to take for granted when it comes to our medical care. Medications are strictly controlled, doctors usually have multiple care
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Interview with Zoe Dai – Designer of Incredible 3D Printed High Heel Shoes

Interview with Zoe Dai – Designer of Incredible 3D Printed High Heel Shoes | shubush digital | Scoop.it
3D printing and fashion are beginning to converge as designers around the world are starting to see the potential that the technology provides for making compl
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

3ders.org - Light Insoles develops revolutionary custom orthotics using light-cured composite technology | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - Light Insoles develops revolutionary custom orthotics using light-cured composite technology | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | shubush digital | Scoop.it
With a background in material science developing lightweight materials, Alan Jacobsen Ph. D. has since changed his direction of focus to develop custom insoles under his newly-establish company Light Insoles.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

3D printing has stagnated, says designer Francis Bitonti

3D printing has stagnated, says designer Francis Bitonti | shubush digital | Scoop.it
The 3D-printing "revolution" has stalled and is being held back by toy-like machines, over-priced materials and legal wrangles according to Francis Bitonti
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Digital Design and fabrication
Scoop.it!

3D / 4D printing inflatable structures - YouTube

Artificial muscle membranes are created by spray depositing silicone on to a air-permeable shape. The silicone membrane is stretched by inflation, 3D scanned...

Via amleto picerno , Diego Pacheco Gonzalez, Manuel Mühlbauer, Hassan Raza Balti
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Arts and humanities research
Scoop.it!

£8.7m fund for 3D printing techniques that will improve medical services

£8.7m fund for 3D printing techniques that will improve medical services | shubush digital | Scoop.it

A range of innovative research and development projects utilising 3D printing have received a major funding boost from the UK's innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, and the The Arts and Humanities Research Council.


Via Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Knowmads, Infocology of the future
Scoop.it!

Next Big Future: Lab grown meat thirty thousand times cheaper than 18 months ago

Next Big Future: Lab grown meat thirty thousand times cheaper than 18 months ago | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Dutch Professor Mark Post, the scientist who made world's first laboratory grown beef burger believes so-called "cultured meat" could spell the end of traditional cattle farming within just a few decades. A year and a half ago the professor of vascular physiology gave the world its first taste of a beef burger he'd grown from stem cells taken from cow muscle. It passed the food critics' taste test, but at more than a quarter of a million dollars, the lab quarter-pounder was no threat to the real deal. Now, after further development, Dr Post estimates it's possible to produce lab-beef for $80 a kilo - and that within years it will be a price-competitive alternative. A small piece of muscle you can produce 10,000 kilos of meat. In 2013, it cost $325,000 to make lab grown meat for a burger made from cultured muscle tissue cells. Now the cost is $11 for a quarter pound lab grown patty.”
Via Wildcat2030
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Cyborg Lives
Scoop.it!

Less zen, but more efficient: How the digital age is really affecting our brains

Less zen, but more efficient: How the digital age is really affecting our brains | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ A comprehensive Microsoft study is offering insights into how living in the digital age is affecting our ability to sustain attention, and how our brains are adapting to the constant flow of new stimuli. Although the results confirmed the suspicions that the information overflow is affecting our ability to focus on one task for long periods of time, the news isn't all bad, as it seems we're also training our brains to multitask more effectively. From zen to multi-tabbing When the dinner guest of zen master Thich Nhat Hanh offered to wash the dishes before enjoying some tea together, the master asked his guest if he truly knew how to wash the dishes. For, said the master, there are two ways of doing so: washing the dishes in order to enjoy a cup of tea later on, and washing the dishes in order to wash the dishes. If one washes the dishes the first way, then he also won't be able to enjoy the tea, as his mind will again be solely preoccupied with what comes next. But in the second way, even the simplest of tasks becomes enjoyable. In the age of constant smartphone notifications, flashy ads and extreme multitasking, it seems that keeping a zen-like focus on a single task for extended periods of time is increasingly becoming an utopia. And because we know that our brains are remarkably flexible, adapting to our habits and environment, it's interesting to ask how people (heavy technology users in particular) are being affected by the digital age. At first, it would be sensible to assume that the never-ending flow of stimuli is hurting our attention spans, as we quickly become accustomed to switching from watching TV, multi-tabbing our internet browsers and tinkering with our smartphones in a constant, addictive search for the next dopamine hit. But a comprehensive study by Microsoft revealed that things aren't quite as black and white. Attention cannot be reduced to a single figure, because different tasks require different types of attention. The Microsoft study distinguished between three types of attention – sustained (maintaining prolonged focus during repetitive activities), selective (avoiding distraction) and alternating (efficiently switching between tasks), and set out to understand how factors such as social media usage and and multi-screening behavior affected different types of attention. The research consisted of a comprehensive survey of 2,000 Canadians of all ages, along with in-depth neurological surveys to better quantify attention spikes. And although some results came out as expected, there were a few surprises.”
Via Wildcat2030
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from Cyborg Lives
Scoop.it!

These Sols Adaptiv high-tops are 3D printed, robotic and adapt to your feet

These Sols Adaptiv high-tops are 3D printed, robotic and adapt to your feet | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ The futuristic boots are made from a shell, 3D printed by specialists Shapeways, using a material called Elasto Plastic which is similar to nylon. The bonkers design is the work of Sols' collaborator on the project, Continuum Fashion. But it doesn't stop there, a 3D printed inner boot can be completely customised to the wearer based on a 3D scan of the feet and ankles. And custom insoles inside, also 3D printed, will have air bags and air pockets to precisely alter the fit.”
Via Wildcat2030
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Forget the internet of things – we need an internet of people

Forget the internet of things – we need an internet of people | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“From cars to umbrellas, everyday objects are becoming increasingly connected. But the question we need to ask is – should they be?”
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by petabush from shubush design & wellbeing
Scoop.it!

L'Oreal to start 3D-printing skin - BBC News

L'Oreal to start 3D-printing skin - BBC News | shubush digital | Scoop.it
French cosmetics firm L'Oreal is teaming up with bio-engineering start-up Organovo to 3D-print human skin.

It said the printed skin would be used in product tests.

Organovo has already made headlines with claims that it can 3D-print a human liver but this is its first tie-up with the cosmetics industry.

Experts said the science might be legitimate but questioned why a beauty firm would want to print skin.

L'Oreal currently grows skin samples from tissues donated by plastic surgery patients. It produces more than 100,000, 0.5 sq cm skin samples per year and grows nine varieties across all ages and ethnicities.

Its statement explaining the advantage of printing skin, offered little detail: "Our partnership will not only bring about new advanced in vitro methods for evaluating product safety and performance, but the potential for where this new field of technology and research can take us is boundless."

Via Wildcat2030, petabush
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Movie: Dries Verbruggen on Unfold's digital measuring tools

Movie: Dries Verbruggen on Unfold's digital measuring tools | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Digital technology is infiltrating all aspects of design and making, according to Dries Verbruggen of Belgian design studio Unfold
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

How To Go From Idea To Prototype In One Day

How To Go From Idea To Prototype In One Day | shubush digital | Scoop.it
We spoke with a maker, a developer, and a designer to learn how to go from idea to prototype in one day.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Design Student Creates 3D Skin Printer Concept to Alleviate Burns & Skin Disease

Design Student Creates 3D Skin Printer Concept to Alleviate Burns & Skin Disease | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Many of us completely take our skin--generally quite durable--for granted, punishing it under the glare of the sun, caking it with makeup, and subjecting it
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by petabush
Scoop.it!

Replacing Painkillers with Light

Replacing Painkillers with Light | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Despite the abuse potential of opioid drugs, they have long been the best option for patients suffering from severe pain. The drugs interact with receptors on brain cells to tamp down the body's pain response. But now, neuroscientists at Washington...
more...
No comment yet.