The decorative floor lamp Calla Noir, nearly 130cm tall, was printed on a large-scale delta style printer. With the help of new performance materials from Modex 3D filaments and the 3D printing facilities at Linkin Factory, Calla Noir achieved, what just three years ago, seemed like an insurmountable task in 3D printing. Drawing from extensive experiences gained from the past several years of investigation into the potentials of FDM 3D printing, sKY Associative integrated large-scale printing, color gradient printing, and machine code controlled patterning techniques to develop Calla Noir.
enLighten is an hourglass-shaped bedside lamp that tracks your phone use in bed and correspondingly transitions its light color from a pleasant mint green to a throbbing red to make you aware of prolonged phone interaction. The lamp rewards good behavior by transitioning the light in reverse when the screen is turned off for a few minutes. It lets you determine and set goals of time and the apps to track. Through these functions enLighten nudges you to break away from your phone, avoid being over-loaded with online content, be mindful of the passage of time, and prepare you to fall asleep.
Loom is an expandable, adaptable, wearable and flexible 3D printed dress that adapts to all body types and body changes. Since we aren’t able to 3D print fabrics yet, Loom explores the possibilities of creating wearable 3D printed textiles with structures that are designed in relation to function, anatomy, movement, and utility. 3D printing in the fashion industry can be revolutionary and helpful if it is designed with functionality and the human body in mind. Loom proves that 3D printing clothing is more feasible, affordable, adaptable and possible than we think.
The LumiBee is a compact 3D Printer that uses light curable liquid resin. It has been designed so that 95% of its parts can be printed with a filament based, low cost 3D Printer that you have at home. The LumiBee is also particular since it uses the light from the screen of a mobile phone, inserted inside, to transform the liquid resin into a three-dimensional object, using an Android App. Its structure is modular, where segments, each with a specific function, can be modified and customized.
Bird's Sake Cups can only contain 10 ml of liquor so the alcohol can only be consumed in small amounts. One can consume alcohol in small amounts and stay healthy. It is helpful for people who have weakness for alcohol, who must refrain from alcohol. Also, the drinking gesture seems like kissing with a little bird. It is very charming.
In Japan, the number of smartphone dependents is increasing. There are many children in particular. They can't let go of their smartphone. Keep watching your smartphone screen until you go to bed. It is more likely to cause sleep disorders. The designer wanted to let go of the smartphone and designed an unprecedented smartphone stand. Recommended for people with smartphone addiction. Addictive people don't let go of their smartphones for 24 hours. It will eliminate it a little. Integrate your smartphone and stand. The situation is very humorous. Usage is simple.