Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg from design studio Nervous System have created a new way of making jewelry and garments using 4D technology. Working with computer simulations to create extremely unique and futuristic looking designs, the designers have created pieces that were printed using a 3D printer, allowing the designers to change the shape and structure of the jewelry and clothing.
Through the use of 4D technology, a process that involves printing primarily three-dimensional models or objects that can transmute from one form to another, the finished work is able to automatically assemble itself or mutate to become its predestined structure.
"4D printing refers to 3D-printing something in one shape that is intended to be in another shape," says Jessica Rosenkrantz, the creative director of Nervous System.
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This Design Studio Has Created 4D-Printed Garments and Jewelry
Published: Dec 10, 2013 • References: dezeen