(3DPrint.com) — 3D-printing fashion designers from around the globe were on hand recently in Saint Petersburg, Russia, to present some of the world’s top 3D-printed clothing, shoes, and other accessories, via a 3D Print Fashion Show. Among the headliners were Joshua Harker, an American artist considered to be a pioneer and visionary in the field of 3D- printed art and culture. On hand to present was Larisa Katz, an art designer, known for her elegant and unusual creations. Some of her fashion has also been shown at events in Amsterdam, Dubai, Bahrain, London and New York. Many of her outfits can be seen in the gossip columns of the Cannes Film Festival, at Royal Ascot Races, as well as other high profile events.
In addition, designer Pia Hinze presented some of her 3D-printed fashion designs. She previously displayed her designs at the 3D Print Show in Paris, London, New York and Ireland. Sensoree showed off its Neurotiq line. Neurotiq reads neural impulses and emotions from the brain and instantly changes the lights and color of the fashion accessory to match. The program has the ability to recognize 14 types of neuro-waves, which correspond to 14 optical elements.
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