3D Printing San Francisco’s Future Skyline

The 6×6 foot model shows 115 blocks of downtown San Francisco as it will appear in 2017, and was created by visualization company Steelblue and Autodesk. Claimed to be the largest 3D printed model of a city in the world, it can show much more than just how San Francisco’s downtown will look: overlaid projections can show the status of each building, projected traffic patterns and more. Furthermore, each block is individually replaceable to keep the model up to date.

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RMB by Eiko Ojala

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Andy Gilmore Art

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3D Typographic Drawings by Lex Wilson

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Matt Shlian Paper Sculptures

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