prostheticknowledge:

Vegreville Pysanka

Bit late for this - a Ukrainian-style Easter Egg sculpture by Ron Resch made in 1973 was the first physical structure designed with 3D design software:

Though the surface area of an egg can be difficult to solve mathematically, the enigma of how to assemble two-dimensional tiles onto a three-dimensional egg was eventually solved[2] by Ronald Resch,[4][5] a computer science professor from the University of Utah, with the assistance of computer-aided design.[2] It was the first physical structure designed entirely with computer-aided geometric modelling software.

[Wikipedia Entry]

magictransistor:

Will Mackford. Robot Rose-Marie. 1925.

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phallusandart:

danishprinciple:David Plunkert
tinjail:

Christoph Schlingensief

tinjail:

Christoph Schlingensief

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rendering-tools:

stillwatermelon:

Sarah illneberger, Seek no Further / Fruit of the Loom

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rendering-tools:

stillwatermelon:

Sarah illneberger, Seek no Further / Fruit of the Loom

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Wonderful movie I saw over the weekend.  from 1971 but still completely relevant today.  

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067839/

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mattmorriswerks:

adamwilsonholmesAdam Wilson Holmes'Plinth' - February 2014Sculpture and performance

the performance better involve farting

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mattmorriswerks:

adamwilsonholmes

Adam Wilson Holmes'Plinth' - February 2014
Sculpture and performance

the performance better involve farting

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prostheticknowledge:

Bear On Stairs

Stop-motion looping animation by DBLG uses 3D printing to create models for each frame of a bear climbing stairs - video embedded below:

DBLG’s in-house studio projects are a platform for us to experiment with creative ideas and above all have fun. For The Stairs Project we wanted to explore the use of stop frame animation with 3D printing.

More at DBLG here

havesexwithghosts:

Sigmar PolkeWürstchen 1964 49 x 57,5 cm Paint on canvas

havesexwithghosts:

Sigmar Polke
Würstchen
1964
49 x 57,5 cm
Paint on canvas

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Sock puppet cake. I made this for a puppet party. I named him Neil the knee high.

prostheticknowledge:

Paracosm 3D

App for next-generation depth-sensor smartphones that makes 3D scanning a collaborative process - video embedded below:

The future of 3D scanning is that we’ll all be able to do it together! Check out this demo by Paracosm of the Google ATAP Labs Project Tango phones. Paracosm and Google Labs have been working side by side to create the technology to make collaborative scanning possible.

You can find out more (and see an interactive WebGL demo of the above data capture) at the Paracosm website here

This is in the direction of how I expect this tech to create a new methodology in photography, “Collaborative Photography”, where authorship is shared and captures are synced. Think of it this way - imagine the group-selfie requiring not one single camera, but several at exactly the same time, with devices communicating to each other sharing their data together to produce the final ‘shot’.

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beadegiacomo:

outtake from the latest Mousse shooting :)

beadegiacomo:

outtake from the latest Mousse shooting :)

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I found friends to share my toys with. :)

I found friends to share my toys with. :)