3D Printed Jewelery Makes Vanity Efficient and Futuristic

3D Printing has always been a bit of a confusing concept. It’s always seemed a bit befuddling to think that 3D objects – things you can pick up and hold and use – could be printed in the same way that a document or photo are.

All that said – who cares? Look! Shiny jewelery!

The Goncalo Campos Camion collection is a set of stainless-steel pieces that have been created using a 3D printer. The jewelery is quite unique in that the printing process leaves a rough, distinctive texture on the steel, which also means that it’s not only pretty, but very tough too.

The pieces display a spare design, and seem perfect for that geek-hipster in your life: you know who you are you plaid-wearing, Macbook toting kids! No word on cost or availability yet, but hit the link to see more of what those kids in Williamsburg will be wearing soon enough.

[Source: Trend Hunter]

Written by Navneet Alang

Navneet Alang is a technology-culture writer based in Toronto. You can find him on Twitter at @navalang

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