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Students in Jerusalem used 3D printed joints to create a unique, suspended bamboo pavilion at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.
The Into the Underworld exhibition examines Auckland’s previously unexplored caves through 3D printed models of digital images.
A 12-meter, 1800-pound sculpture, inspired by Maori tradition, is to be 3D printed and placed outside Rotorua, New Zealand.
Creative agency Viget uses 3D printing to create Lightwalk, a programmable, interactive LED array that reacts to passers-by, rain or 'shine, on the Abilene Christian University campus.
Each year a specially selected artwork graces Times Square for the month of February. For 2018, a huge 3D printed Fresnel lens has that honor.
Designer Kiki van Eijk was inspired by the imperfections of foxglove flowers in her garden and used 3D printing to create replica lampshades.
The Missing Piece is a multimedia project using 3D printing, photographs and film to commemorate the life of Tim Guthrie's late wife, Beth.
Two Swedish designers are creating sustainable 3D printed ceramics, from tea light holders to small plates, in a range of colors, including punky pink.
A 70 large collection of 17th-century Dutch Old Masters artworks have been digitized and housed in a specially commissioned VR museum.
Art installation White Noise pits consumption vs. conservation against each other on Twitter to determine the fate of an AR coral reef.
A French designer is making art out of NASA's open source digital files, including the APOLLO 11 table which shows a 3D model of the moon.
The Virtual Curation Laboratory in Virginia is 3D scanning and 3D printing Civil War artifacts to offer a "touch tour" for blind visitors.
Dutch studio Joris Laarman Lab, designer of the MX3D steel bridge, is subject of an exhibition at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
When it comes to theatre sets, 3D printers are used to create masks, props, and furniture. But a whole stage dressing? That’s a first.
In space, no one can hear you sing; Signal Tide brings together extraterrestrial transmissions, generative music, and 3D printing.
Besides being mini, this Strandbeest uses 3D printing and motors rather than the wind and PVC pipes for its locomotion.
Xian Chizi Digital Technology studio uses 3D printing to create replicas and moulds of ancient art found in the Shaanxi province.