Eco-friendly 3D printed fashion collection features secret braille messages

From 3ders.org
January 10, 2017 - 11:43am
In recent years we’ve seen our fair share of 3D printed fashion projects, as well as a number of innovative 3D printed braille initiatives aimed at helping the visually impaired in new tactile ways. Rarely, however, have we seen both areas combined, and never in such an inspiring way as this: German fashion designer Babette Sperling has used 3D printing to create a line of stunning, eco-friendly, braille-decorated clothes, which were unveiled this past September at the Mercedes Fashion Night.


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