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MAKER FAIRE | Barcelona 2018

Yesterday, concluded the MakerFaire Barcelona 2018.

The winner’s project forms the Reshape 2017 has been exhibited at the international audience of the Maker Faire Barcelona.
The Maker Faire brings together the local and international Maker Community, understanding this community as a broad universe that brings together researchers and practitioners from the Maker movement together with Universities and Research Centers and socially innovative companies.

The GS3 project from the Russian designers  Snezhana Paderina and Nikita Replyanski won the MAKER FAIRE MERIT prize for the best project exhibited.
Graduated Spine Support System GS3 – is a wearable device designed to provide dynamic back support. Using data assessed by an integrated neural network, GS3’s lightweight cable mechanism can easily and precisely adjust to the wearer’s rigidity and support level.

GS3’s goal is to reinvent the orthopaedic brace so that people could have both spinal support with a broad range of mobility and look good while wearing it. The research also pointed to a broader spectrum of potential wearers: clients who are undergoing physical rehabilitation and clients who perform heavy physical tasks. 

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EXHIBITION | What’s Next

Reshape launched the new Exhibition opening in collaboration with Materfad, Materials Center of Barcelona.

Reshape is present as part at the Disseny Hub as part of  “What’s next? – Materials that will shape the future”.
“What’s next? “is a permanent exhibition with a selection of advanced materials that represent a breakthrough in design, engineering and architecture. For the second year together, Reshape is glad to preset the selected projects from Reshape17- wearable technology competition – programmable skin.

A showcase exhibition about wearable becoming a new medium able to regulate the relation between our body and its surroundings.
The selected project from the last Reshape edition goes beyond ubiquitous computing, towards integrated and holistic strategies with the objective to move beyond electronics,  in favor of programmable materials.

Organized by Noumena in partnership with the In(3D)ustry From Needs to Solutions, and in collaboration with Materfad, Materials Center of Barcelona, aim to explores the new fashion field through 15 Projects, selected from the Reshape 17 competition.

 

 

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PUBLICATION| Reshape17 3rd winner

SKAAI the 3rd winner of the Reshape17 competition on dis-up!

The German designer André Nakonz shows a vision for a stronger fusion of the input device and the human body. The vision for SKAAI is a printer, that prints a circuit within minutes on your hand. It will be possible to select from different printing patterns.

Skin as an interface offers many advantages in many situations. Write a short message while waiting for the traffic lights. Make a quick note while hurrying on to the next appointment. Create a reminder while going by a full subway or using a new way of controlling your computer.

 

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PUBLICATION | Be (in) the water – Reshepe17 2nd Winner

Reshape17 awarded ‘Be (in the)  water’ designed by Núria Diago Camps and María Carrión Ametller as the 2nd winner of this edition.

The student designers proposed nose swimming clip based on a Voronoi structure. The nose geometry has been programmed according to the user data ending up with a unique shape totally personalized, what gives it an added aesthetic value. Moving away from the idea of hiding this element, what has been done so far, and giving way to a new understanding of the product, showing it and treating it as a jewel harmonized with the world of synchronized swimming.

 

 

 

 

 

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EVENT Farewell My Concubine | Mingjing Lin and Tsai-Chun Huang

Reshape17 finalist, Mingjing Lin and Tsai-Chun Huang showcased during Reshape exhibition at IN(3D)USTRY From Needs to Solution event 2017.

Mixing new technology with traditional craft, the PhD researchers from the RCA, Mingjing Lin and Tsai-Chun Huang, utilise the newest developments in 3D printing and traditional Eastern pleating to create a never-before-seen costumes for an exclusive performance of ‘Farewell My Concubine’ by Beijing Opera singers at the RCA.

This research project examines the future of bringing together 3D printing with pleating and the performance of traditional Beijing opera (or Peking Opera) by creating new pioneering costume. These keep the same shape and form of traditional costumes, but offer  more subtlety by using monochrome colours and less embellishment, in keeping with contemporary aesthetics. The 3D-printed parts have been printed using a ground-breaking SLS (selective laser sintering) technique from 3D printers Sinterit creating pleated and woven garments that are as soft and pliable as textiles.

 

Article link : Machine design 

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PUBLICATION | 1st Prize Reshape17 – Snezhana Paderina and Nikita Replyanski

RESHAPE WINNER ON DESIGNBOOM_
Gradual spine support system GS[3] designed by  Snezhana Paderina Nikita Replyanski.
GS[3] is a wearable device designed to provide dynamic back support for patients suffering from medical conditions which cause joint hypermobility and chronic musculoskeletal issues that require daily spinal support.

Every year the level of the works only grows better and better, from the brilliant ideas to the products made. The Reshape competition is a large event that aims to promote and develop the future designers. ” said, Aldo Sollazzo founder of Reshape competition and Director of Noumena.

 

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PUBLICATION | Reshape Forum 2017

The IN(3D)USTRY  received 3,300 visitors at the Fira de Barcelona

The first edition of the Barcelona Industry Week, which took place in the Gran Via campus of Fira de Barcelona and which has eight halls, closed its doors last Friday after gathering more than a thousand companies, 1,000 speakers and more than 50,000 professionals.The IN (3D) USTRY arena hosted the third Reshape awards to the best wearable designs. The first award took him, a backbone endowed with artificial intelligence that corrects the bad postures of the back. The second, a nose clip for swimming 100% customizable; and the third, a biometric keyboard inserted in the fingers of the hand.

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Reshape17 on 3ders

” One of the most eagerly anticipated events at this year’s IN(3D)USTRY expo in Barcelona was the awards ceremony for the Reshape 2017 contest. Following on from Reshape 2014: ‘’Digital Craft’’ and Reshape 2017: ‘’Wearable Technology’’, the theme this year was ‘’Programmable Skins.’’ Entrants were tasked with the design of next-generation wearable technology, focusing on new materialities and interactive relations”

 

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Reshape17 on 3DPRINT.COM

3D Printing Put to Creative Use by Winners of RESHAPE 17 Competition

It’s been a busy couple of weeks, with the TCT Show last week, followed by this week’s IN(3D)USTRY conference in Barcelona. There’s been a lot to see here at IN(3D)USTRY this week, and one of the most exciting events to happen so far was the RESHAPE 17: Programmable Skins competition

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MAKER FAIRE | Barcelona 2018
EXHIBITION | What’s Next
PUBLICATION| Reshape17 3rd winner
PUBLICATION | Be (in) the water – Reshepe17 2nd Winner
EVENT Farewell My Concubine | Mingjing Lin and Tsai-Chun Huang
PUBLICATION | Reshape 3rd winner SKAAI
PUBLICATION | 1st Prize Reshape17 – Snezhana Paderina and Nikita Replyanski
PUBLICATION | Reshape Forum 2017
Reshape17 on 3ders
Reshape17 on 3DPRINT.COM