Data Aided Design
The combination of digital modelling and 3D printing fabrication technologies has become increasingly popular in the fashion industry allowing designers to access the market, by
Different industries are widely adopting 3D printing technologies, including aerospace, medical, automotive, fashion, science, architecture and many more, and this has contributed to a shift
Social media has impacted the world in more ways than none. However, what happens to our data and data history when one passes on? Where
In the fashion industry, thanks to the use of 3D body scan it is possible to create 3D printed customised garments and new adaptable textile.
Many designers are drawn to the appeal of floor-to-ceiling glass facades, but what is gained in magnificent views is lost in energy efficiency. What if
Machine learning and data-driven modeling offer a radically different way of looking at the world than traditional domain-focused and theory-based approaches. These algorithms are now
Data is all around us, but what if digital data could be converted into a biological format? Grow Your Own Cloud (GYOC) blends nature and