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Zolix / 3d-printed shoes

Zolix
Zolix

A concept for 3d-printed, individual shaped sandals made from recycled plastics. Zolix is a concept for the near future, where you can find 3d-printers in nearly every home and in public workspaces. With a webcam, similar to the Kinect for the Xbox the user can scan his feet and upload the data to the zolix website. A 3d-model of the feet is generated, with which the zolix-software can generate individual shaped sandals. The user can choose between different styles of sandals which are then transformed according to the data. After paying a small fee the user can download the CAD data and print the product at home or at a nearby FabLab.

University

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Fakultät Gestaltung
Weimar, Germany

Design

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Weimar, Germany

Jennifer Rieker Daniel Scheidler