Thursday, April 8, 2010


Computational Jewelry...

Skylar Tibbits' experiments in computation and ornamentation have resulted in the following set of beautiful jewelry. His copper cuffs are waterjet cut and made using “path responsive surface curves." To be honest, we're not quite sure what that means but we're assuming it has something to do with 3D modeling and fabrication tools. Anyone who can expand upon this, please comment away below.Water jet cut Copper

Water jet cut Copper

We also find his lasercut paper experiments quite lovely. They remind me of beautiful topographic maps translated into wearable pieces of art.Lasercut Paper

Lasercut Paper

Lasercut Paper

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