doctorow at July 11th, 2013 23:24 — #1
Tom sez, "I have been thinking for some time how it would be nice to produce a 3D printed book of textures and reliefs. To publish and distribute all the wonderful architectural patterning and decoration we enjoy here in Chicago and beyond. This is the prototype for that idea. The subject matter for this book… READ THE REST
petr at July 11th, 2013 23:35 — #2
To some extent, 3d printing (on a low level) has been around. Its called embossing on inkless intaglio, although you can only have a little bit of depth.
dumbeast at July 12th, 2013 00:38 — #3
That looks like an adorable Olmec head jello mold.
hughstimson at July 12th, 2013 01:35 — #4
Commodity camera gear to capture detailed 3D model. Digital copies of resulting model freely available on universal network. (More-or-less) commodity 3D printer to instantiate materially. Shit be getting real.
gregoire_t at July 13th, 2013 07:27 — #5
Someone should send a braille copy to Tommy Edison, the blind film critic !
doctorow at July 16th, 2013 23:24 — #6
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