October 14, 2012
Modern Stone Age Tools
Their work is the result of an experimental exploration of the realm of tool making, where stone and flint tools were the means of our ancestors' survival for over a million years. They magnify our bodily (teeth, fingernails, fists, etc.) capabilities of cutting and chopping, sawing and pounding.
Using three-dimensional scanning and printing, ancient artifacts are digitally outfitted with custom-designed handles encapsulating the rugged forms in perfectly enclosed cases.
[via Rick Yaeger]
October 14, 2012 at 01:01 PM | Permalink
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