3D Printing for Fashion is the first book that has been designed to give both designers and industry leaders access to the conceptual and practical knowledge needed to participate in what promises to be the biggest cultural/social transformation since the last industrial revolution.
Organized around the three key topics of materials/production technologies, computational geometry/simulation and design methodologies, 3D Printing for Fashion will provide both design students and industry professionals with the know-how, skills and confidence needed to critically engage with a rapidly evolving design landscape of tools, materials and software applications. The book will crucially unpack emerging design methodologies through a series of project-driven step-by-step tutorials and will demystify complex new design and manufacturing processes through interviews with leaders in the design and 3D printing industries.
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1. Snapchat Moves Beyond Filters And Into Social Commerce
By MARIELLE CASTILLO – PSFK
Digest: Retail Technology & E-commerce
Curator: Kyle Kelly
Boom… shoppable Snapchat ads. Target and Lancome are among the first. Read More
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2. These high-tech classes are the coolest thing happening in schools today
By Andrew Stern – Tech Insider
Curator: Mark Schreiber
This is a great little 8-minute video on what may be happening in a school near you. The Maker Movement is being adopted quickly and I can’t wait to see what these kids continue to build! Read More
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3. 3D Printing in Film
By Alec – 3ders.org
Digest: 3D Printing
This is a cool case study of the use of 3D Printing on the popular comedy series Gran’Pa Knows Best. It’s interesting because an amateur filmmaker with a DSLR and a 3D Printer to produce props could make films at 1/10th of the cost these days. Quite the time to be alive. Read More
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4. U.S. Track Cycling Team Training for Rio Olympics with Smart Sunglasses
By IEEE Spectrum
Curators: Aashay Mody & Ashish Aggarwal
The U.S. Track Cycling Team is using Solos smart glasses to train for the Rio Olympics. The heads-up display allows cyclists to focus on the road ahead while having easy access to all sorts of useful data. Anyone else reminded of Google Glass or Recon Jet?
If you want a pair, it will set you back $350-400 on Kickstarter. Read More
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5. Introducing Nearby: A new way to discover the things around you
By Android – Official Blog
Curator: Edith Yeung
Google is introducing a new Android feature called Nearby, which notifies you of of things that can be helpful near you. Read More
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