Art Grad Designs 3D Loom that Introduces New Category of Flexible and Strong Materials
For his final project at the Royal Academy of Art, this graduate created a 3D weaving machine that can potentially save a life with a single thread.
Nigerian-American industrial designer, Oluwaseyi Sosanya, is a man with a vision and a device that can revolutionize the way we manufacture clothing. His patent-pending 3D Weaver effortlessly weaves fabric into three-dimensional shapes, creating beautifully designed geometric patterned knits that are both innovative and intriguing.
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