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The latest from the DEVELOP3D Blog:
Published 13 August 2013
Posted by Oli Smith
With 71 per cent of those surveyed by Ipsos MORI professing to know little or nothing about 3D printing, it’s on the shoulders of Design Museum curator Alex Newson to increase 3D printing’s social reputation.
‘The Future is Here: A New Industrial Revolution’ exhibit runs from 24 July to 29 October, showcasing what it is calling a new industrial revolution, focusing on additive manufacturing above all else.
The museum’s first floor has been transformed into every tech-lover’s dream, with everything from island pedestals of printed vertebral sunglasses, courtesy of PQ Eyewear, to Puma’s biodegradable shoes.
Published 12 August 2013
Posted by Stephen Holmes
There’s something about cars and bikes that make them so much more loved than a desk or a TV screen, products you use everyday but couldn’t be more indifferent about.
Memories such brands conjure - the warm feelings of nostalgia or the sense of past excitement - mean that there are more reboots of road relics than there are movies about superheroes.
The classic designs of the past are often treated with less subtlety than a sledgehammer, and in some cases this is a good thing, although for many classics the dream can be instantly shattered.
Ahead of our motorcycle special issue this September, we’ve decided to bring you some of the best and worst car and bike brand resurrections of recent times:
Published 09 August 2013
Posted by Greg Corke
MODO is big news in CGI, but its modelling, rendering and animation tools are also being lapped up by product designers.
To help those that might not be familiar with its capabilities, its developer, the Foundry, has just released a nice set of design-focused videos that explain four elements of the ideation process with MODO 701.
Check out the videos below on basic modelling, sculpting, applying decals and exporting.
Published 08 August 2013
Posted by Greg Corke
Dell is set to up the ante in mobile workstations by introducing a stylish laptop with an ultra high-definition display that sports even more pixels than the Retina Display in the 15-inch MacBook Pro.
Due to launch later this year the Dell Precision M3800 features a 3,200 x 1,800 pixel IGZO panel with multi-touch standard on all systems.