3D printed shoes


13 Responses to “3D printed shoes”

  1. Dan Hibiki says:

    Are the shoes in the 3d printed shoes 3d printed?

    Quick, someone make an Xzibit ‘yo Dog’ poster.

  2. mtdna says:

    Perfect for Tron-themed beauty pageants!

  3. goldenearth says:

    This design has a lot of sole, oops I mean SOUL

  4. duc chau says:

    These shoes remind me of the Dire Straits Money For Nothing video. Rudimentary and hamstrung by the technology. But man… think how far CGI has come since then. In light of that, it’s hard not to be optimistic for 3D printing technology.

  5. Greg Edwards says:

    Just when you thought there wasn’t enough useless crap in the world.

  6. sugarsails says:

    Love these, it’s always exciting when a new industry picks up 3d printing as a tool/medium!

  7. E T says:

    Is there a  version for men?

  8. sockdoll says:

    It looks like scaffolding for tiny cobblers.

  9. saurabh says:

    Okay, so you DID all read where it says they only last for “one lap around the runway”, right? Which means: wear these shoes and you will PROBABLY collapse and break your ankle.

  10. habbi1974 says:

    they look fragile. the low poly look is cool but I looks like it can’t stand a few steps…

  11. KapCarl says:

    Here’s a pair he missed from Dutch designer Marloes ten Bhromer, 3d printed on an Objet Connex multi-material 3D printer. They have a very different look (no scaffolding).   http://blog.objet.com/2011/09/06/3d-printed-shoes-now-on-display-at-victoria-albert-museum/

  12. 3DTV.com says:

    OK 3D looks better in some things than others. Just gonna say it, shoes maybe shouldn’t be made into 3D. Now videos, movies, pictures; those look good in 3D. If you guys want to see some awesome videos/pictures in 3D just head to 3dtv.com and see all you want!

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