The Brown Arts Initiative at Brown University, along with artist Kelly Nipper announced a collaboration with the MIT Self-Assembly Lab. Together, they are creating a new body of work and live performance to be premiered in November as part of Performa 17.
The MIT Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase have unveiled a new technology called rapid liquid printing that uses a computer and robotic arm to print in a vat of gel, thus allowing customizable 3D printing and offers a solution to increase manufacturing of printed materials.
Skylar Tibbits and Jared Laucks, co-directors of the Self-Assembly Lab discuss how new materials can allow companies to create intelligent products and production processes.
Domus: New potential for materials
The Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase collaborated to unveil a new 3D printing process at Milano Design Week.
Steelcase: MIT Lab + Steelcase Yield 3D Printing Breakthrough, By Rebecca Charbauski on April 23, 2017 in Corporate