Today everything, from houses to hearts and all you can imagine in-between, can be printed using a 3D printer. We are experiencing a revolutionary moment in the history of the tech world. This past weekend, I got the chance to visit the 3D printing exhibition at Onassis Cultural Center, the first major exhibition in Greece to examine the groundbreaking possibilities of 3D printing. In this show, science, art, architecture and fashion (what outfit or accessory would you print? Shoeeeeesssss!) come together within a printer! So here it goes, follow me on my 3D adventure…
Yes, I had my “stylentonic” 3D printing experience!
3D printing / Onassis Cultural Center / Athens / until the 31st of January
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OMG that’s sooo amazing!! I can’t believe how tech is changing so fast, can’t wait to see what else comes in 5 or 10 years!!
Fascinating exhibit and great photos.
the next step is to have your self printed!!!!
haha… true story!!!
This is so amazing!
I love the pieces that look like nerve connections. Very cool technology!!
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Cool! I love it!
So great inspirations!
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Cool photos Consta.
So rock outfit
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WOW! Stunning exhibition!!!! Wish I could go there ❤
How fashionable out of every pics:) loooove.
Interesting Exhibition, cool sculptures ✌
Wooow such an amazing post <33 I really love it 😀
Really nice and cool stuff ! 🙂
great post dear!!
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Soo cool i love the photos 🙂
This post is very nice!
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really cool !!!
Nice exhibition!! Interesting!
Amazing place and love your outfit. You look great 🙂
Great pics! Amazing event. So cool your 3D stylentonic tag.
Have a great week babe! ♥
I’m always ready for a 3d experience.
amazing photos. Thanks of sharing. I wish I could of seen it for myself
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Nice exposition !
haha, the stylentonic thing you made is really cute!!
I love this! Thank you for taking me on a trip to the museum in Greece, a place I would not have seen. I think I would make some really cool 3-D jewelry if I could, love your logo! 🙂
We’re always up for a 3D experience with you, handsome 😉
XOXO N & N
I am still in awe of this, especially the 3D car.