New Mat Collishaw Works Feature 3D Printed Zoetrope & Virtual Reality Photography Landscape

While Mat Collishaw may not be completely comfortable with 3D printing, it would seem that he is happily dependent on it—as seen in one of his latest works featuring an…

Human Cloning in 3D Printed Zoetropes

Okay, now that I have your attention with the click-bait (sorry, but it’s for the best) – it’s not human cloning in the sense of creating other humans directly from…

Akinori Goto Creates the Illusion of Dance with 3D Printed Zoetrope

Way back before production companies like Pixar flashed heart-warming animated movies before our eyes, and Saturday mornings became synonymous for cartoons, was a bedazzling pre-film animation device called the zoetrope….

Indulge Yourself in Follies:  Featuring a 3D Printed Zoetrope Orgy & Peaceful Meditative Mirror Installation

Folly! It’s the name of Mat Collishaw’s exhibit in the ornamental setting at Fountain’s Abbey in Yorkshire, but the artwork is certainly anything but, featuring two very different installations, gaining…

3D Printed ‘Little Red Dot’ Zoetrope Brings 19th Century Fun to 2015 MakerFaire Singapore

3D Printed ‘Little Red Dot’ Zoetrope Brings 19th Century Fun to 2015 MakerFaire Singapore

July 24, 2015

We’ve already demonstrated that the Victorians knew how to have a good time. And that the fun doesn’t have to remain in the 19th century, but they have been improved…

This 3D Printed Zoetrope Project is Modernizing a Two Century Old Invention

While there are historical records from China of devices similar in description dating back over 2,000 years, generally the first zoetrope was considered to have been created in the 1830s….

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — July 11, 2015

This week’s news contains many cool 3D printed items, beginning with a surreal and funky Leapfrog printed Octomadness zoetrope. Then we move onto “artifacts” made by injecting resin into sand,…

Tanya Marriott’s 3D Printed Kakatrope Pays Tribute to Renowned Ecologist

William Horner called it a Daedalum – the Wheel of the Devil – and it was largely forgotten by the time William F. Lincoln brought the concept back and renamed…

The Most Amazing 3D Printed Zoetrope Ever? ‘All Things Fall’ Just May Be!

The zoetrope, a device which many believe dates back to 100 BC is what could be considered the very start of movie production. The “modern-day” zoetrope, which was developed in…

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