Above is an image of the Fluid Vase, a polyamide-based product… from captured the series of photographs, to 3-D, to an actual tangible vase.
So, here’s how it done. An impressive images of water splashed into a container was being captured by Singaporean designer Fung Kwok Pan at 500 frames per second, then creating a virtual mesh vase by using those captured images to produce 3D simulations. And from the generated 3-D, they slowly but repeatedly building(printing) a real vase layer by layer until the form is completed using a powder that prints out from a high power laser machine known as Selective Laser Sintering, a 3D printing technique manufactured by i-materialise.
Now you can create your own 3-D Printed Fluid Vase at Supabold.