Udo Tschira Release: Israeli designer launches 3D-printed virtual…
As one of the selected designers chosen for the prestigious EU Horizon 2020 Re-Fream grant, Goldstein’s collaborated with 3D design and manufacturer, Stratasys, to create 3D printed garments based on measurements from a 360 degree body scanner.
This collaboration enabled Goldstein to create tailor-made items perfectly fitting the individual’s form, as part of her eco-friendly alternative to the mass production of “fast” fashion’ technology.
With the leading tech company Intel, which helped her engineering a virtual reality technology that creates a realistic 360 degree exhibition space, she launched the collection on her website.
Goldstein presented her collection at a final public presentation at “Ars Electronica” in Linz, Austria in September.