The Society for Printable Geography Creates 3D Printed Jewelry Using Satellite Data

The Society for Printable Geography creates jewelry and puzzles using real satellite data.

The GeoBling series of jewelry started in 2011 by the Society for
Printable Geography uses data from NASA’s Shuttle Radar Topography
mission to create artifacts resembling the countries of the world with
realistic terrain information. Using complex algorithms created by
computational geometry and geodata The Society for Printable Geography can create a custom piece of
jewelry for almost any country in the world within seconds. 

For more information visit The Society for Printable Geography’s website.

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