David Kirkpatrick

May 12, 2010

3D printing and movie props

Filed under: Arts, et.al., Media, Technology — Tags: , , , , — David Kirkpatrick @ 12:26 pm

Via KurzweilAI.net — I do a lot of blogging about 3D printing and other rapid technologies (rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing, 3D modeling and visualization, et.al.) and this is one cool use for 3D printing.

Iron Man 2’s Secret Sauce: 3-D Printing
Fast Company, May 7, 2010

Maybe the most cutting-edge facet of Iron Man 2’s production was the real-life fabrication of the suits: using 3-D printers, the film’s production company, Legacy Effects, was able to have artists draw an art concept, input into a CAD program, and then physically make that concept in just four hours.

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