If you are looking for an unique 3D printed jewellery you should check out One Just One project on Kickstarter.
One Just One is a post-industrial project launched by Genometri. All design collections are generated out of single genetic model. Using Genoform software designers at Genometri then fine tune them according to their preferences. This process creates the diversity in design and each design is an expression of personal taste of both the designer and the buyer.
3D printing makes it possible to create real world objects out of these digital models. Using 3D printing service from Shapeways all designs could be printed and shipped directly to customers.
The team is developing a community of generative designers who are able to develop genetic models which are used to generate an endless range of unique designs.
This post-industrial project launched by Krish Murga (US) Sivam Krish (Australia) and Jian You Li (Taiwan). Support them here if you like this project. For $20 you could receive an unique 3D printed design that you select from "Backers Inaugural Collection".
(Image credit: One Just One)
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