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Windcuts [flickr.com] consists of various experiments that turn quantitative sensor data into visually compelling physical instantiations. Wind movement measurement data, such as wind direction, velocity and temperature, was used as the foundation to generate a 3D form, which was then physically drilled out of a piece of wood.

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Johannes Tsopanides of SHAPES iN PLAY has been creating ‘InfObjects’, 3D printing these organic yet peculiar shapes that represent the ecological impact of the food we eat.

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