New York-based design company NOOKA recently collaborated with 3D Systems, Inc. to produce a series of printed timepieces. The watch straps — or bracelets, to be more accurate — are printed using nylon, giving them a rigid structure that is simultaneously ergonomic and comfortable, while demonstrating some of the practical consumer applications of its technology. The watches themselves are an update of NOOKA’s Zub 40 design and largely retain the same case with its sleek intuitively-designed time telling functionality. To check out the full interview with artist Matthew Waldman, also the president and chief creative officer of NOOKA, head over here.
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