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1. Golan Levin 's Free Universal Construction Kit (2012). This series of adaptors allows interoperability among different kinds of children's toys, such as Legos ® , Tinkertoys ® and Lincoln Logs ® . The project is decades too late to have helped me with my own childhood battles with proprietary toy formats, but on behalf of future generations, Mr.
Art Institute Chicago Collaborates With Museum Lovers For Ongoing Digital Curation Effort #3dthursdayLiz Neely, the Director of Digital Information and Access at the Art Institute of Chicago, has been doing a great job encouraging visitors to participate in capturing digital models of their collection, including the Saint John the Baptist sculpture above , captured by Christian Oiticica and posted just a few hours before I put together this post. While several museums, including the Met Museum and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco have held special events for the purpose of exploring the possibilities of scanning and sharing replicas of work, Neely boldly pushes this curatorial practice into an ongoing collaboration between museum and those who love the museum. Here is the message Neely shared on Thingiverse about this project: Art Institutue of Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago is a world-renowned art museum housing one of the largest permanent collections in the United States.
When Shelley and David brought up the idea of 3D printing, my not-so-inner tech geek and my really-blatantly-outer education geek got pretty excited. As Shelley mentioned in her previous post , 3D printing is a hot topic in the museum world right now, with some exciting experimentation happening around the world. Just this week I was at a meeting at the American Museum of Natural History, hearing about some of the exciting 3D printing projects they’re working on with some of their teen programs. In our use it made sense to start with the Sensory Tour, our monthly tour for visitors with visual impairments as well as anyone who wants to experience art using more than just their sense of sight. We continually had great success using raised line drawings (they’re just what they sound like; the lines are literally raised from the surface of the paper) to help people feel contours of two-dimensional art. Why not try the same thing with one more dimension in the mix?
Scriptable-Scalable-Species-Tool-Beings: Sentient-Soppin’ See-Source-Serum 2012 3D-printed PLA molecular models on acrylic substrate 24″x24″ Photography by Heath Hurwitz Après les designers, les ingénieurs et les prothésistes, c'est au tour des artistes d'explorer le potentiel de l'impression 3D. A New-York, la galerie Winkleman présente actuellement le travail de Shane Hope , un plasticien qui incorpore à ses tableaux des micro-éléménts conçus par ordinateur. Pour comprendre le principe, ne vous fiez pas à l'atmosphère de joyeux fouillis qui se dégage des toiles. Cette nouvelle façon de faire de l'art, baptisée « nanofacture » par son créateur, est en effet d'une précision bluffante.
Neri Oxman's piece Monocoque 2 uses a 3D printing technique that allows parts to be made from multiple materials in a single build. To be on forefront of a cutting edge field like 3D printing, the skill set required is pretty stacked. You need to be a designer, engineer, researcher, innovator, and technologist.
A new 3D printed work by artist Marius Wat z “Space Filler” (2012) now available at the Flux Factory online “ Not So Silent Auction .” Watz has been creating limited edition releases of 3D printed work for a couple of years now , created in parallel to the development and teaching of his highly influential custom library for Processing: modelbuilder . Proceeds from artwork sales will support Flux Factory exhibitions, commissions, residencies, and collaborative opportunities.
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Communiqué de presse Mohamed Bourouissa L'Utopie d'August Sander Remarqué pour ses compositions photographiques de jeunes des cités, pour son film Temps mort qui traite du quotidien d'un détenu via des échanges vidéo par téléphones mobiles interposés, Mohamed Bourouissa investit avec ce projet un autre territoire, celui des demandeurs d'emploi. Autre contexte, autre tentative. A près d'un siècle de distance de son illustre prédécesseur le photographe August Sander, lancé dans l'ambitieuse tentative de dresser «un portrait contemporain de l'homme allemand», Mohamed Bourouissa, quant à lui, se propose de faire le portrait de personnes à la croisée de l'intégration et de l'exclusion sociale.
The transfer of physical objects into the Thingiverse has begun. You know when Flynn gets digitized into the game grid .
Picture courtesy of Simon Fieldhouse Tomorrow, the MakerBot Community and the Metropolitan Museum of Art join forces to realize a common dream, one likely to revolutionize how we all think about art and museums.
Artist in residence Norwood Viviano presents the sculpture project that he is currently creating at Corning Museum of Glass .
Selected 3-d printed artworks and other items.
Generator.x 3.0: From Code to Atoms (slideshow of “gx30″ tag on Flickr)
Two people, a 3D scanner, and 137 million objects.
Laser cut letters say more than words