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Kebony

Feb 18, 2011No Comments

Kebonized wood based on pine, maple and beech Kebony is a high performance wood that is modified by a process called Kebonization, which is an

Unrepeatable Carpets

Feb 11, 2011No Comments

Carpet tiles with nonrepeating patterns A collaboration between visual artist Marcel Kronenburg and software engineer Marten Teitsma, Unrepeatable Carpets are the result of a process

Pulp-Based Computing

Feb 07, 2011No Comments

Paper electronics Pulp-Based Computing is a fabrication technique for creating paper composites, which can function as sensors, actuators and circuit boards while retaining the physical

NanoSphere

Jan 24, 2011No Comments

Self-cleaning textile finish NanoSphere is a self-cleaning finish technology composed of nanoparticles that form a fine structure on textile surfaces. Water or substances such as

Cartesian Wax

Jan 06, 2011No Comments

Multiple-viscosity structural skin Cartesian Wax is a continuous tiling system that structurally varies across its surface area to accommodate a range of physical conditions of

3D PatternPrint

Oct 19, 2010No Comments

Digital printing on moldable plastics 3D PatternPrint is a new way of sublimation-printing on plastic. Designer Mary Crisp created 3D PatternPrint to bring together 2D-printed

Zcell

Oct 08, 2010No Comments

Cross-linked EVA foam with engineered cell structures Zcell is an engineered foaming cell-structure technology that provides customizable material solutions related to protection requirements. Developed by

InvariBrush

Oct 01, 2010No Comments

Abrasive polished stainless steel finish InvariBrush is an abrasive polished finish with a deep, rich, uniform texture designed for use in architectural applications. Though similar

Raycounting

Sep 24, 2010No Comments

Light-mapped structural surfaces Raycounting is a method for generating form by registering the intensity and orientation of light rays. 3D surfaces of double curvature are

No-Limit Panels

Sep 09, 2010No Comments

3D sheet metal panels Rubber pad–based metal forming is a technique developed by the aerospace industry. Metaalwarenfabriek Phoenix applies this technique to manufacture double curved