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Published 16 May 2011
Posted by Greg Corke
I’ve got a bit of a soft spot for MINIs - my first car was a Blue 1985 Austin MINI City E complete with classic cockpit, spluttering engine, and an inability to overtake without a perfectly timed run-up.
Of course my rusty bucket is a world away from the sporty BMW-designed car that has taken over and they don’t come more sporty than the new MINI John Cooper Works World Rally Car (WRC), which will feature in this year’s World Rally Championship.
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Published 13 May 2011
Posted by Stephen Holmes
We’d like to think of it as a payday for featuring in last month’s DEVELOP3D Product Design Gallery…
However it’s most likely down to the extremely innovative work of Freedom Of Creation (FOC) that they’ve been snapped up by rapid prototyping (RP) giant 3D Systems.
Having featured its RP’d iPhone cases, we’re big fans of the Amsterdam-based team’s collection of work, and will be watching with interest as it becomes part of the creepily-monikered “3D Systems family”.
Published 12 May 2011
Posted by Tanya Weaver
With just one year to go until London 2012 we are going to start seeing a great deal of products sold under the London 2012 Olympics licence.
One product design consultancy getting in on the action is Norwich-based Product Resolutions, which has developed a low-cost money/chocolate dispenser featuring the Olympic mascots Wenlock and Mandeville.
Published 11 May 2011
Posted by Stephen Holmes
Last year Dassault Systèmes held an event to showcase what its products could offer the world of fashion; since then they’ve been persuading high street brands to come aboard and now they’ve bagged Benetton as another client.
As the least sartorially-challenged member of the team (anyone who’s seen Martyn Day’s parka-with-shorts combo, or Greg Corke’s eye-wateringly bright sneaker collection will confirm this) I shuffled into the back of last year’s event with a bunch of fashion industry journalists and company execs.
I sat as they all tried to get their heads around the concept – even with big firms such as UNIQLO leading the way – that 3D and Dassault’s Enovia V6 PLM especially would be the future for mainstream clothing retailers.