Oct. 26, 2012
Kiosk 2.0 looks like a real street cart. It features a Bits to Bytes 3D printer and 3D scanner, 3d-printed items on the spot, filament spools, and of course a big umbrella. This 3D printing worksation aims to make design accessible even on the streets, with access to the shared database of 3D designs.
"Kiosk is a project that explores a near future scenario in which digital fabricators are so ubiquitous, that we see them appear on street corners, just like fast food today is sold in NY style mobile food stalls. A place where you can quickly get a custom made fix for your broken shoe, materialise an illegal download of Starck's Juicy Salif orange squeezer that you modified for better performance or quickly print out a present for your sisters birthday."
(Images credit: Unfold)
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