Design 3D-Printed Wearables by Pinching and Poking On-Skin Projections

Design 3D-Printed Wearables by Pinching and Poking On-Skin Projections

Tactum is an augmented modeling tool that lets users manipulate images on their body via gesture to create ready-to-print Moto 360 watch bands and ready-to-wear medical braces

Vashti Hallissey
  • 4 november 2015

Madeline Gannon, head of Pennsylvania-based design collective MADLAB.CC, has created a 3D printing concept that uses the body as a canvas and gestures as design tools.

The project was developed in collaboration with Autodesk Research and with support from the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University. Gannon tells PSFK:

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