3D Printed Shoes From Scans of Your Feet
by Ponoko on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 1:31pm
Fashion design students Naim Josefi and Souzan Youssouf worked with Materialise to make the Melonia shoe. They use a 3D scan of your feet to make these custom-printed shoes. In spite of their skeletal, almost fragile look, they are strong enough to walk on, as was demonstrated by models on the fashion runway.
Uma Tabela Periódica de Formas!
Periodic table of shapes to give a new dimension to maths (w/ Video)(PhysOrg.com) -- Mathematicians are creating their own version of the periodic table that will provide a vast directory of all the possible shapes in the universe across three, four and five dimensions, linking shapes together in the same way as the periodic table links groups of chemical elements.
E uma Roda para ir do Combóio para o Emprego, ao mesmo tempo, o mais prático e o mais Adulto meio de transporte do género, que eu já vi:
Solowheel: self-balancing last mile transport for the upstanding commuter
By Paul Ridden
The fat wheeled eniCycle, the stylish and graceful U3 from Honda or the slightly scary prospect of the UnoMoto have all shared more in common than being one-wheeled, self-balancing personal transport solutions. They've all had somewhere for the user to sit. Inventist's Solowheel is a little different – you ride this electric unicycle standing upright, like a Segway or skateboard. It has a useful carry handle and fold-away foot platforms, is gyro-stabilized and the Li-ion batteries offer a range of about 12 miles between charges.