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Sergio: Pininfarina’s latest concept work

Published 13 June 2013

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: catia, pininfarina, dassault systemes, industrial design, automotive, dassault systèmes, cad

Legendary Italian design house Pininfarina has unveilled its designs for a new concept car - The Sergio - in honor of its honorary chairman, Sergio Pininfarina.

Created solely in Dassault Systemes Catia using innovative virtual clay modeling and 3D sketching features, Pininfarina designers got creative with the open-top sports car, experimenting in the earliest stages of development with a variety of different approaches, quickly converging on the most appropriate shape and configuration.

The resulting 3D virtual model is a detail rich, production-ready, with a class-A surface, generated using ICEM Surf.

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Microsoft Surface Pro: artists impression of a tool for design

Published 12 June 2013

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: hardware, microsoft, virtualisation, wacom, surface, cannes, soft array

Building an art installation, called ‘Soft Array’, from 80 inter-connected Windows 8 devices might seem a little out of our purview, but it gave us a chance to view the credentials of Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet.

First the installation: The array links up, allowing developers in a short space of time to develop apps that operate across all the devices. Plonked into a Microsoft event today in Cannes, France, visitors will be able touch its screens that are all linked to work in real time together.

It’s a great deal of fun - such as viewing the solar system through the ‘Universe’ app, which uses distributed processing to control mass particle flow across the 80 Surface Pros.

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Sir Paul Smith: Workspace of the creative

Published 10 June 2013

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: product design, london, design museum, office, apparel, fashion design, paul smith, work space

Sir Paul with one ofmany stacks of books, and a paper mache rabbit

This morning we were lucky enough to be squashed, shoulder to shoulder, with the British fashion legend Sir Paul Smith as the Design Museum announced the forthcoming exhibition about his life’s works to assembled journos.

What is most exciting about this November’s exhibition ‘Hello, My Name Is Sir Paul Smith’, is not only the retrospective of the distinctive fashion styles that have built this brand into a global operation, but the recreation of Paul’s personal office space.

This room is the subject of many legendary stories (some of which he hinted at today, including the deliveries of LOTS of random presents sent by fans across the globe - spinning tops or cow bells anyone?) and much of his inspiration.

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UK government boost to 3D printing a step in the right direction, but could they go further?

Published 07 June 2013

Posted by Tanya Weaver

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, rapid prototyping, prototype, industrial design, product design, funding, investment, techshop

Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced a £14.7 million investment, delivered through the Technology Strategy Board and Research Councils, to develop UK 3D printing projects.

The government funding sees it invest £8.4 million into projects that will leverage an additional £6.3 million from private investment.

The funding will help businesses to develop new manufacturing solutions using 3D printing technology across industries such as healthcare and energy.

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