Arts & Culture

April 4, 2014

USCB students make creative use out of new 3-D printing technology

This past March, art students at the University of South Carolina Beaufort filled the Sea Island Center Gallery, a former inn with a grand view of the river, with the results of their New Media Art class. No canvases, no paints, no gold frames â€" their creativity took the form of 3-D printed objects, video and interactive pieces. Three-D printers have medical and industrial applications too. While artists are producing sculptures, scientists are building vital organs.

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