DNA 3D Printed
the DNA concept by seattle-based pensar studio leverages 3d printing to create a shoe adapting not only to a users foot contour, but also to help improve foot dexterity. by pairing data acquisition, user behavior, and rapid prototyping, the system manifests a new method of mass-tailored products. the footwear concept responds to a future where trainers outfitted with pressure sensors and accelerometers. users can bring them back to the store, upload the data and a series of algorithms develops a shoe that fits the way your body moves. after a computer crunches the data – one can modify the aesthetics – and the 3d printer instantaneously begins to build the customized shoe.