Scream and print in 3D
Scream! That’s what you will do, once you visit the Alicia Framis' “Screaming Room” exhibition. And when you scream, a 3D model records and translates the waveform and finally, an attached Ultimaker 3D printer produces a real-life shape of your scream. This installation is a true example of "Production Art", now open for viewing and screaming at the headquarters of Rabobank Group in Utrecht, Netherlands.Â And not to forget, the best part about all this screaming and printing exercise is that the final output is yours without any charge whatsoever.
No doubt, the screaming room is an excellent amalgamation of art, 3D modeling, 3D printing, digital data capture, and audience participation. The exhibition is open until September this year so if you are in Utrecht until fall then put it in your calendar. The exhibition is a must see.