MoMA Acquires 4D-Printed Dress That Automatically Changes Shape

MoMA Acquires 4D-Printed Dress That Automatically Changes Shape
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Created by Nervous System, the garment is the first dress made with the company's Kinematics system

Leah Gonzalez
  • 15 december 2014

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) recently acquired the first dress that was created with Kinematics, a system for 4D printing by generative design studio Nervous System. MoMA acquired the Kinematics dress and the software used to create it for their permanent collection.

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