Tactum: Augmented Modeling Tool for Wearables

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3D printed wearables are nothing new. We have seen a bunch of interesting ones in the past. Designing them does not have to be a challenge either. Not when you can use the Tactum tool to get the job done. It is an augmented modeling tool that lets you design 3D printed wearables on your body. It uses depth sensing and projection mapping to display touch gestures on your skin.

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Tactum lets you interact with what’s projected on your skin. The tool lets you instantly export your design for 3D printing. Pretty fascinating if you ask us. You can find out more about it here.

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