These eye-catching 3D shoes made me think about shoes for bound feet. Ouch!
You might try something a bit more comfortable from Adidas. Wearing them would be supporting a good environmental cause too. They are 3D printed from ocean plastic waste.
It remains to be seen how disruptive 3D printing will be in fabricating all kinds of things. I see a very significant potential for making sub-irrigated planters (SIPs). All of the manufactured SIPs that I have seen so far are unnecessarily complicated. They are overengineered.
TOP 10 3D printing stories of 2015
Over the past year, 3D printing projects and experiments have continued to develop and expand manufacturing capabilities. 2015 has seen the continuation of independent companies and start-ups exploring new production extents, with worldwide-industry brands researching modern possibilities. Continuing our annual review of the year’s BIG stories, we round up the numerous 3D printing projects that caught our eye in 2015.