Friday September 18, 2020

Data shaping design in three dimensions

What you might not have realised is how much data can and will influence design, and Shane Hassett, the chief executive of the 3D manufacturing start-up Wazp, knows this

24th February, 2019
The future of design will use digital data to shape physical objects, and a 3D printing company in Tralee is preparing to meet that need

When you think of data, your mind will no doubt go to more abstract concepts. Advertising, sentiment, trends; all things that would exist digitally, but not necessarily have real-world applications.

What you might not have realised is how much data can and will influence design, and Shane Hassett, the chief executive of the 3D manufacturing start-up Wazp, knows this. It’s the reason he’ll be covering the overlap between data and design in his talk at...

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