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British-Israeli industrial designer Ron Arad, has designed a 3D printed book to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.
The project was completed in collaboration with the Canadian Friends of Hebrew University (CFHU), an NGO for the promotion of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a university co-founded by Albert Einstein.
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Genius 100, a Canadian-based community of humanitarians for inspiring visionaries of the future, initiated the project.
Julie Toskan Casale, Head of Business Development at Genius 100, said, “The Genius 100 team set out to do what seemed like the impossible: produce a book that pushed technological boundaries while sharing the wisdom of 100 diverse and dynamic thought-leaders from around the globe.”
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“TO SEE THIS PROJECT COME TO LIFE THROUGH THE FIRST EVER 3D PRINTED BOOK IS AN INCREDIBLY PROUD MOMENT FOR THE GENIUS 100 COMMUNITY, AN UNPRECEDENTED INITIATIVE THAT TRULY SPEAKS TO OUR GOAL OF INSPIRING CREATIVE MINDS ACROSS THE GLOBE.”
One of the benefits of 3D printing is its ability to accomplish complicated forms. The technology has made artists and designers to explore the limits of art and manufacturing. For example, a recently concluded purmundus design challenge invited contestants from around the world to envision the design of the future.
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Ron Arad chose 3D printing for similar reasons, partly due to its design and also because it is a technology of the future. Arad has also used 3D printing in the past to make 3D printed...
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