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lucas goossens

Each piece is designed in Sketchup, a free straight-forward CAD application, and 3D printed at Shapeways. His work is inspired by positivity and represented by the plus symbol. "I wanted a symbol that would remind me to exercise positive thinking and radiate good vibes, and what better way to represent that than with a timeless piece of jewelry, an art and culture that's existed for thousands of years yet continues to evolve as we experience the next wave of the Technological Revolution."

See the lucas slide for Fitbit collection

See the lucas slide for Jawbone collection

jaclyn mayer

We are so excited about our collaboration with Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer and are sharing some early sketches to whet your appetite. In the meantime we thought you'd want to read about these amazing artists now. The collection will represent OGJM's first foray into 3D printing and also their first wearable tech collection. We are honored to launch this collection together!

learn more about OGJM

from the blog

  • Jodi chats with Carine Carmy from Shapeways on fashion, fitness and the inspiration for Bytten / September 29, 2014

    Jodi Slater is no tech novice. She started her career as a programmer, including some work on the original movie Tron, helped design the user interface for the first wireless Palm Pilot, and has since advised countless companies on user experience and new media.

    The very talented Slater is now turning her attention to her fitness tracker, an accessory that she feels could use a facelift. Her new adventure, Bytten, sits at the intersection of fashion and technology and includes a line of beautiful 3D printed accessories for Jawbone & Fitbit. After reading this Q&A, we advise you to #getbytten.

    See more of her conversation on the Shapeways...

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