3D Printing Industry

3D Printed Sculptures Made by the Movement of a Swimming Fish

Arts collective panGenerator has created an interesting piece entitled FLOAT.  It has surrounded a fish tank (that has a fish in it) with cameras. They plot the fish’s movements, compile that & turn it into a 3D Printed sculpture.  Exceptionally interesting shapes & patterns made by the random wandering of a fish in it’s prison. Always wonderful to see information in a form we can study & appreciate.  Would like to see this done with a colony of ants, a flock of starlings…or us in Times Square.

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