Dizingof creates some of the most amazing 3D Printed math art and sculptures in the scene. One of the most striking pieces is called Reaction Diffusion Man, which is created by using a simulation of a process known as Reaction-Diffusion of chemicals. A couple of days ago Dizingof released a short clip of the sculpture 3D Printed in rubber/nylon material. This video was made by a Swiss maker: Raffaele Martinoni.
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