23.10.14 by Jeff

Artist Uses 3D Printer To Create A Film Without Any Film

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French artist Julien Maire used a 3D printer to create 85 figurines out of a liquid resin so that light could be projected through them. The little pieces pass through a projector and an image of a man digging a hole beams onto the wall. Maire made the work during a residency at the iMAL Centre for Digital Cultures and Technology in Brussels. Although the final film has yet to be shared online I think the sculpture itself is most interesting part. Have a look at some more detailed images of the work below.

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Julien Maire at iMAL

Via: The Creators Project

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Miguel Rodriguez

    Not quite the same as it’s a video of the models instead of a projection of light through them, but interesting on it’s own.

  • this is great

  • yanxiang

    I wish I knew what he was saying. :(





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