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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.

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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.
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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
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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
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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.
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3D Printed Splints Help Infants Breathe - 3D Printing Industry

3D Printed Splints Help Infants Breathe - 3D Printing Industry | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Three boys are saved by a patient-specific, 3D printed medical implant developed by researchers at the Unive3rsity of Michigan.
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3D printing is so last year: We're onto 4D printing now

3D printing is so last year: We're onto 4D printing now | shubush digital | Scoop.it
4D printing is unfolding as technology that takes 3D printing to an entirely new level.
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3D-Printed Swimsuit’s Design Mimics Water Movement

3D-Printed Swimsuit’s Design Mimics Water Movement | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Swimsuit printed on a MakerBot printer challenges fashion designers to think about responsive materials
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High Tech to High Fashion: Upscale 3D-Printed Designs

High Tech to High Fashion: Upscale 3D-Printed Designs | shubush digital | Scoop.it
These exciting 3D-printed fashion designs, including dresses, bikinis, shoes, jewelry and eyewear, could be at the forefront of a manufacturing revolution.
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United Nude's Float shoes are created on a desktop 3D printer

United Nude's Float shoes are created on a desktop 3D printer | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Footwear brand United Nude has designed a pair of shoes that can be 3D-printed at home on a desktop machine.
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‘Tactum’ By MadLabs — Create 3D Printable Designs Using The Human Body As The Interface

‘Tactum’ By MadLabs — Create 3D Printable Designs Using The Human Body As The Interface | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Madeline Gannon is a researcher, designer, and educator at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture where she's completing work as a PhD candidate
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German scientists invent working teleporter, of sorts

German scientists invent working teleporter, of sorts | shubush digital | Scoop.it
New system destructively scans objects transmits them through encrypted communications across any distance and rebuilds it the other side
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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."

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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
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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.
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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
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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...
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Enabling a Grip: Student Creates Unique Fingertips for 3D Printed Prosthetic Hands

Enabling a Grip: Student Creates Unique Fingertips for 3D Printed Prosthetic Hands | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Over and over again, we've covered the amazing stories brought to life by volunteers from an organization called e-NABLE. This group of individuals has been wor
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Tokujin Yoshioka distorts hexagonal forms to create stools for Issey Miyake stores

Tokujin Yoshioka distorts hexagonal forms to create stools for Issey Miyake stores | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Milan 2015: Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka created these seats for Issey Miyake's Tokyo store using shapes he created by accident while "playing around" with 3D-modelling software. (more…)
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Thousands of Interlocking Components Compose 3D-Printed Dresses

Thousands of Interlocking Components Compose 3D-Printed Dresses | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Explorative fashion label Nervous Systems has printed a fully wearable dress—no assembly required
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New 3D Printed Eyewear Collection, Biz Eyes, Uses Eye-Catching Exchangeable Rings

New 3D Printed Eyewear Collection, Biz Eyes, Uses Eye-Catching Exchangeable Rings | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Has anyone else noticed that eyeglasses have become the new must-have fashion accessory?  It used to be that even a decade ago most people who wore eyeglasses
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Hadid and Van Berkel create 3D-printed United Nude shoes

Hadid and Van Berkel create 3D-printed United Nude shoes | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Zaha Hadid, Ben van Berkel and more have created pairs of sculptural shoes for footwear brand United Nude made entirely on a 3D printer
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Sanvans.com ADAPTIVE MANUFACTURING

Sanvans.com ADAPTIVE MANUFACTURING | shubush digital | Scoop.it
[i]At the foundation of every product is it's production process. When we replaced the craftsmen by machines we lost the translation of local influences into our products. What if our machines could become more sensory and locally orientated. Able to create while incorporation the global as well as the local in it's outcome? Machines that build acoording to their environment and give us back a sense of effort , time and local diversity.

Adaptive Manufacturing is an ongoing experiment by Olivier

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