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THE NEW BIONIC __ VIKTORIA MODESTA
Anouk Wipprecht's series of tech-infused 3D printed animalistic shapes allow Viktoria Modesta to create, modulate, and modify sounds by squeezing, tapping, moving or sliding.Posted by Autodesk on Monday, August 14, 2017
This edition of 3D printing news SLICED brings you information about a supersonic 3D printer, a new 3D printable material from Kai Parthy, software to improve additive manufacturing and much more.
The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia will host an exhibition seeking to answer the question, “if YOU had a 3D printer, what dream would you bring to life?”
Museum - Future - Story - Printing - Craze
According to the museum, “3D Printing the Future tells the extraordinary story behind the 3D printing craze, showcasing the power of the human imagination through technological advancement.” The show is supported by Braskem, MakerBot and Temple University.
Viktoria Modesta wears Anouk Wipprecht‘s Sonifica.
SCIENCE - AND - ART - MIXING - IN
“YOU’VE GOT SCIENCE AND ART MIXING IN SUCH AN INTENSE WAY, AND YOU DON’T KNOW WHERE IT’S GOING TO GO.”
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Biosystems - Ltd - Bioprinting - Tissue - Engineering
Aspect Biosystems Ltd, a 3D bioprinting and tissue engineering company based in Vancouver, BC, Canada are working with InSCREENeX GmbH from Braunschweig, Germany and Fraunhofer ITEM the Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine based in Hannover, Germany.
Tamer Mohamed, President and CEO, Aspect Biosystems says the collaboration will, “expand the applications of our 3DBioRing™ muscle tissue platform and develop models of other tissues including blood vessels, heart, and lung.”
THIS - COLLABORATION - WILL - ENABLE - US
“ULTIMATELY, THIS COLLABORATION WILL ENABLE US TO APPLY OUR LAB-ON-A-PRINTER™ BIOPRINTING TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE NOVEL TISSUES THAT CAN BE USED TO IMPROVE THE RELIABILITY OF PRE-CLINICAL TOXICITY TESTING AND COULD LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVED THERAPEUTICS FOR A HOST OF VASCULAR, CARDIAC, AND RESPIRATORY DISEASES.”
The project is supported by the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) in Canada, and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy’s Central Innovation Program for SMEs (ZIM).
SabeRex - Texas - USA - Carbon - Installation
SabeRex of Texas, USA is working with Carbon. Installation of the “first-ever M2 additive manufacturing machine in the state of Texas” took place...
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