Google Campus and 3D Decoration Printing is a unique project that combines an original idea, modern technologies and an original way of organizing the production process. I immediately want to emphasize that the article is not of an advertising nature, and its author has nothing to do with the site that will be discussed.

    The main idea of ​​the Morphius project is the ability to restore lost jewelry or create unique copyrighted products using 3D printing. Features of the process organization can significantly reduce the time gap between the order and delivery of jewelry, as well as simplify all stages of jewelry production.

    Video on how this is organized:

    Demo video for Google for Entrepreneurs:

    The process of creating jewelry:

    1. Uploading a photo

    If we are talking about restoring a lost jewelry, just upload a few photos, on which all the outlines are clearly visible. But "Morphius" is not limited only to the reconstruction of jewelry that exists in reality. As a starting point, frames from a film, drawings and other images can be used that provide sufficient information about the general view and all the details that are necessary for accurate reproduction of the product.

    2. Development of a 3D model

    Based on the downloaded images, several projects are developed, each of which has a preliminary cost. After choosing one or another option, the customer has the opportunity to make changes to the proposed model of decoration. To do this, it is enough to indicate the corresponding element on the product model and describe the desired changes.

    3. Printing

    Based on the created model, the product is printed on a 3D printer, after which it passes the final processing by a jeweler.

    A little about the creators and the history of the project:

    The project website stated that:

    "Morphius was created by designers, jewelers and 3D printing veterans."

    The founder of the project is Tanya Demm Bokobza, editor-in-chief of IDSA, a magazine that is considered one of the most respected publications in the field of industrial design. In addition, Tanya holds a bachelor's degree from the Rhode Island School of Design.

    Before starting the creation of Morphius, she managed to participate in two startups, one of which worked in the field of semiconductors, and the second in the field of using virtual reality in medical equipment.

    The existence of the project was made possible thanks to the startup support program, which was founded by Google. Google-Campus is a system of startup centers located on almost all continents. Today, program offices exist in London, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Tel Aviv and Warsaw.

    “Campus” is a symbiosis of coworking and a business incubator in which entrepreneurs can not only find a place to organize the work process, but also get qualified advice from highly qualified specialists. In addition, most “campuses” have business incubators that help startups put their ideas into practice.

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