One of the headpieces I created for Halloween 2010. This model is based on a 3D scan of my head to ensure a perfect fit, but it also fit well for everyone else who tried it. In the video below, a VRML viewer was used to explore the design and run around in it like a video game. It is fairly sturdy but be aware that your Head Village may be missing a few trees by the time it gets to you.
These decorative keys can symbolize a secret, commemorate an event, or simply be worn as an accessory. They can be printed with custom text, about 18 characters on each side. If you leave the text fields blank, the shaft of the key will not be flattened. There are four styles available.
This version of the Time Keeper has been thickened to survive production in Sandstone material, but it's still below the minimum wall thickness. I have been making these myself, and I've made more than 100 unique versions so far. You can buy them on Etsy here: Fleeting Time Keeper. The video below shows the production process.
The pencil is mightier than the sword. The original concept for this included having a selection of these miniature medieval designs vertically on a rack, with the hardness of the pencil written on each topper.
This is the framework for a work-in-progress. A subdivided dodecahedron provides the basis for this complicated truss. There are circular holes on the vertices, edge-middles and face-centers of the original object. The holes are designed to accept snap-in inserts in three sizes, making it easy to add the additional parts and a pedestal to the sculpture.
This model is a piece of a sculpture. It is designed to lock into holes on another model, but also looks interesting by itself. UPDATE: recently doubled in size to ensure better results in stainless steel.
A hollow spike ball about an inch wide, including the concavely tapered spikes. This item is not polished due to the fine features, so it has an interesting, gritty texture. It has a small loop hole on one side to allow you to thread it onto a necklace or lanyard.
The Minion Helmet will enable your minions to thrive in any environment. It has a retro style with wide circular curves that will be familiar to fans of Steampunk or Bauhaus design. The flat surfaces on the top and forehead are for mounting GPS, communications, and cameras to transmit your minions activities back to your giant wall of screens. This version is at 1:4 scale. 1mm wall thickness.
This device sits on your Next Engine scanning platform to help you get the best quality scans. It works by providing extra geometry to increase alignment accuracy. This is especially useful for scanning objects that have a very regular shape like a sphere or a cylinder. It also helps with manual alignment by giving you recognizable reference points. This version has been volume-optimized for the lowest price. If you have your own 3D-printer you can download a solid version of the tracker for free at Thingiverse.com Here.
A steampunk thimble combining mechanical accents with graceful flowing lines reminicent of magnetic or etheric fields. Available in small, medium and large. Medium size is roughly equal to a 17mm thimble.