Thanks to Ross Stevens, Tim Miller and Victoria...
After recent popularity of rotary mechanical I would like to reinforce my thanks to Victoria University of Wellington - New Zealand, and also Ross Stevens and Tim Miller, as the electroplated 3D printing process was done under their research guidance.
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The rotary mechanical smartphone is based on the idea of incorporating more feeling and life into our everyday digital objects. In modern times these objects have come to define us, but who and what defines these objects? Are we happy with generic rectangles of a touchscreen or do we want something with more tangibility, something with more life, something with more aura? I have looked at where...
Tribe Design Website →
This is the company that is doing the finishing electoplating for my dial and detialing parts in Antique Brass finish.
Delays at Tribe
Having sent my copper plated prints to tribe on tuesday last week, I am still awaiting the parts a week later. I realise the deadline is appraching fast and the phone still need to be assembled, tested, final surface adjustmants and detailing, photographed and incorperated into the presentation book, which in turn must be printed and bound all by Wednesday morning. I am hopeing that tribe design...