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London-based architect and designer Daniel Widrig created a collection of 3D-printed wearable sculptures, one of which looks like a futuristic exoskeleton.
The collection, called Kinesis, feature sculptures that were created using 3D scanning technology. The collection explores the potential in creating customized and 3D-printed wearable products that fit and merge perfectly with the body of the wearer.
Widrig created his pieces by analyzing the 3D models and the points of the body where the products would be worn. In a post on Dezeen, Widrig stated that his pieces are designed to exaggerate those parts of the body…
The 3D-printed sculptures were made by Materialise, a Belgian 3D printing specialist.
Widrig is presenting the collection at Design Miami “
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X-Ray Image of a Winghead SharK
The distinctive form of a winghead shark (Eusphyra blochii) is revealed by an X-ray image. The Winghead Shark, one of about ten species of hammerhead sharks, has its eyes set at the tips of its wide, T-shaped head, giving it superb binocular vision.
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