Flintstones Meets 3D Printing: 700,000 Years of History in One Tool

Flintstones Meets 3D Printing: 700,000 Years of History in One Tool
technology

Ami Drach & Dov Ganchrow's Man Made collection updates the ancient design of tools dating back to the Paleolithic Period

Jason Brick
  • 17 august 2015

Man Made celebrates evolutionary changes to mankind’s impact on the world. With the assistance of 3D printing, the project brings to life ancient artifacts first used approximately 700,000 years ago. This art exhibit, which produces the ancient tools with the help of a modern technology, points at how far humanity has come.

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