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Glitch Reality II - 3D printed tea pot set
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Matthew Plummer-Fernandez is a digital process artist that experiments with 3D scanning, 3D printing, informal digital marketplaces, coding and techno-populist, open-source approaches to culture.

Quote:A tea set was created by purchasing non-matching tea set components, scanning them with a Z-corporation 3D scanner and roughly repairing the digital mesh files. The mesh files are then 3D printed to create an instance of this tea-set data that inherits the glitches from the analogue-to-digital-to-analogue translation.


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(08-28-2012, 09:16 AM)Anja Wrote: Matthew Plummer-Fernandez is a digital process artist that experiments with 3D scanning, 3D printing, informal digital marketplaces, coding and techno-populist, open-source approaches to culture.

Quote:A tea set was created by purchasing non-matching tea set components, scanning them with a Z-corporation 3D scanner and roughly repairing the digital mesh files. The mesh files are then 3D printed to create an instance of this tea-set data that inherits the glitches from the analogue-to-digital-to-analogue translation.

WOW! These are completely and utterly amazing! I can definitely tell that, at least to me, the process is quite complicated. So, Fernandez did this all in a computer?
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