Andrey Rudenko and his 3D concrete printer are momentarily in the process of printing the world’s first 3D Printed Hotel Suit in the philippines.
A 54 year old Spanish man has recieved the world’s first 3D printed ribcage and sternum implant. The spanish citizen was suffering from a cancerous tumor growing in his chest wall and sternum called a sarcoma.
With over 22,690 refugee applications filed in the Netherlands in 2014 a local artistic collective (The Power of Art House) have brought to life their Guerrilla street art project “Moving People”. By 3D printing 10,010 figurines of asylum seekers the company is hoping to increase refugee awareness and empathy.
DBLG a creative design company based in London managed to fascinate over 600 000 people last year with their unbelievably smooth stop motion video. The stop motion video is a looped video of a bear walking up stairs and took approximately 50 printed bears to create. With this the company wanted to “explore and combine 3d animation, 3D printing with stop frame animation. “ (DBLG Vimeo).