Have an event tonight and don’t have anything to wear? Perhaps you can just print a dress at home. That’s right, it is now becoming possible to print 3 dimensional products from your home computer for your own personal use. Dita von Teese was quick to take advantage of this development in technology last month at an event in London.
Obviously, 3d printing has significant implications for consumer goods industry as a whole, in addition to the intellectual property law world.
CanadaFashionLaw teamed up with a colleague, Paul Banwatt (who is also a Juno-nominated artist) to discuss the implications of 3d printing. Click here for the full article.