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Durr Bracelet Shivers Every Five Minutes To Explore Sense Of Time

3D Printing

A 3D-printed wearable made to explore how we perceive time.

Bogar Alonso

Durr is a 3D-printed wearable that shivers every five minutes to give wearers the chance to investigate their perception of time passing by. The shivering unisex bracelet aims to inspire humans to rethink their conventional understanding of time.

Durr has been developed by Norwegian studio Skrekkøgle, which is made up of the design duo Theo Tveterås and Lars Marcus Vedeler. They do both commissioned and independent work including products, interactives, curatorial work, and experimental pieces.

The duo manufactured the bracelet’s casing and fasteners using a MakerBot 3D printer. A second limited edition of Durr has been created, with all of the components, functionalities and processes redrawn since the last version.

Read more: http://www.psfk.com/2014/12/durr-bracelet-shivers-every-five-minutes-to-explore-sense-of-time.html

Images: The Partners
Bogar Alonso
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