In beautiful, technology on January 31, 2013 at 9:18 am
Clothing surface like a sea creature, with differing stiffness over different parts. Image from Popular Science.
I’ve been watching 3-D printers proliferate over the past year, as well as a plethora of ideas about how to use them, from an edible model of the space shuttle printed from cheese to custom-designed plastic Pez dispenser heads to intricate jewelry.
Clothing designer Iris van Herpen has also put her hand in, with 3-D printed clothing.
Here’s a link to a story with video Objet Enters The World Of Fashion With 3D Printed Clothing
Still images aren’t the best way to view the clothes, but here are some still from Popular Science: Iris van Herpen's 3-D-Printed Fashion Line.