3-D Print Your Summer Wardrobe
3D printing technology has been ground breaking in all fields from medical, food industry, and now fashion. Just recently, 3D printing technology made it possible for Korean doctors to successfully implant a 3D pelvis, create milk caps that tell you when milk has gone bad, and 3D printed skull implanted into a baby's head.
Danit Peleg, a fashion student graduate from Shenkar College of Design, challenged this new technology to create wearable 3D printed clothes. Peleg first discovered FilaFlex that was softer and malleable compared to the regular plastics used in 3D printing. From there on, she created a line of 3D printed clothes for her final project. The clothes move beautifully as you can see the models jumping in the shoots and walking the runway in the video above. Peleg has come a long way in her year long research for 3D printing fashion! It's exciting to think that this is only the beginning... Where 3D printing technology will take us is endless.
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