Design furniture yourself - draw, print and collect!
Imagine any strange and amazingsubject, sketch his sketch in a two-dimensional dimension, load it into the computer program and get the flat parts of your three-dimensional object printed out on the printer! Thus, you can create with your own hands any furniture, interior or creative art object worthy of the best world design exhibitions. Perhaps this is the most revolutionary use of three-dimensional laser cutters - a way to turn consumers into producers, enabling an ordinary lover to make original furniture by himself! The idea here is to take the best of the worlds -personal creative 3D imagination and professional knowledge of flat structures - and combine them into an easy-to-use program that provides opportunities for practical experimentation with low entry barriers. A laser cutter turns every whim into an almost instantaneous reality. You can print a small scale model to see how it will look, which in the future will save you a lot of time and money. In theory, the software should also protect you from serious structural errors - the express course of what furniture designers have been studying for decades. And, of course, all this leads not only toendless personalization in terms of style, but also in terms of form and comfort. Someone can design the design of furniture specifically for themselves, taking into account their longer legs or back. SketchChair is a product of collaboration between Greg Saul and the JST ERATO Design UI Project in Tokyo and is not yet available to a wide range of users. But I hope that soon you will be able to install it on your computer, create an original furniture design with the help of software, and then collect unique chairs and chairs with your own hands! Screenshot Sketch Chair: Video presentation of the software: SketchChair from Greg Saul on Vimeo.