Thursday, 23 April 2009

3D Printed Art

It used to be impressive when an artist created complex geometric shapes and made them into real objects. Even if you didn't like the shape, you had to admit it was a feat. But these days, with a software program and 3D printing, it is possible to produce the seemingly impossible 3D 'art' in a snap. Does this mean 3D Printing lessons ART? In some cases, yes. It will be much harder to spot the 'real' thing. Stuff like this snail shell-esque math art will become commonplace. Today's 3D software makes things too easy. Zbrush is an example. So is there the possibility for true art in 3D Printing? Of course. But how will you recognize it? 3D Printed Snail Shell-Esque Math Art

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