Sofia Hallik and Darja Popolitova at the Estonian Academy of Arts have released a fascinating article on digital contemporary jewellery. If you’re interested in contemporary jewellery’s relationship with digital design, have a look.Read more
As part of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Initiative, they’ve recently launched the eRosary smart jewellery and associated app.
Yes, it’s a real thing. And it’s rather inventive, actually.
Swarovski has recently developed a potentially exciting new series of plug-ins to help jewellers add Swarovski crystals (and other gem stones of all sorts) to their designs. One plug-in is for Rhino, the other is for Adobe Illustrator. They call it Ennoble.io.Read more
Recently UK newspaper the Independent released an article on the Georgia Institute of Technology’s trial run for contraceptive jewellery.Read more
Not too long ago a web service called 2Shapes was brought to my attention. Its premise is an interesting one – remote interactive bespoke design directly with a client. See what I have to think about it.Read more
As a follow up to my recent Dark Side of New Technology article, I discovered an article detailing experiences dealing with Amazon Handmade versus Etsy. Definitely worth a read.Read more
Cinematography Database has recently performed a test run on Oculus Rift’s own 3D content and production tool Oculus Medium. It gives a good overview of just what these virtual reality tools can already do. See for yourself.Read more