Once again, scientists have been fascinated by nature in their work, and here-and-now. Yuhin Jin, Isabel Qamar, Michael Wensley, Ardana Adriari, Katarina Blakak, Perna Pompongsson and Stefanie Maurer describe their latest work in Photo-Chromeleon: Re-programmable Multi-Colored Textures Using Phototonic Dens.
As the thought of the Sumerians continues throughout the ages, no one has been able to express the sparkling magic of their color change. However, MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory team is applying a touch of this trend to its latest 3D printing front, retromable light-producing paint that changes color on UV and other light source models. The PhotoChromeleon system is made up of several colors that are cast on the surface of the object to change the color as needed.
"By combining cyan, magenta, and yellow (MC) photochromic colors with a single solution, and by adjusting the different absorption spectra of each color, we are able to control each color channel in a separate solution." Single-material creation techniques such as kicking, multi-color, multi-color multi-color processing. "
The customization capability is interesting, used not only in natural environments (where the color stays after applying due to its rich nature), but also things like other applications such as cars, phone cases and leaves. General Chat Chat Lounge
"This particular type of box can complement a number of customization options that can improve product performance and improve overall waste," says CSAIL Post Yoh Jin, and co-author. "Consumers can personalize their goods and appearance on a daily basis, without having to buy the same product at the same time in different colors and styles.
From the last color-developed midsection system, Photo Chromromonk creates intricate patterns to intimate users and also comes in many colors with '# 39; clean landscapes & # 39; Makes The user designs the information and creates the patterns, and then the program moves it to the object. Once an object is coated and then placed under UV light, the colors can be fully saturated, transparent and fully used, as desired, for 15 to 40 minutes. USB lights can also design easily.
"By allowing users to personalize their own items, countless resources can be saved, and the opportunities to creatively change your favorite possessions are seamless," says MIT professor Stefanie Mueller.
Currently, there are still some limitations in some color range, and in some cases the researcher should be as close as possible to the possible range. They do, however, plan to work with scientists to complete the full color palette.
"We believe the inclusion of novel, multi-photonic inks in traditional materials can increase the cost of Ford products by reducing the cost and time required to make automated motorcycle parts." Dr. Alper Kizlitz, a technology specialist in the store's sustainable and incurable equipment. "This ink can reduce the number of steps required to produce a multitude of parts or improve the durability of paint from weather or yacht damage. One day, we will be able to personalize our vehicles on any one. What. "
Along with Isabel Qamar and Michael Wesley, co-authors of the paper with CSAIL. Former MMAORP students Jordana Ishtari and Katrina Bullov also participated, as well as Emetic Alum and current Assistant Professor in Engineering at Ezek University, Pernia Pompevensson, and Stephanie Mueller.
Former MMAORP students Ariana Ishtari Mirwais and Rosenblum received the URO Award for their contributions to the project.
Although it is a complex and useful system with the potential to be used to encourage 3D printing around the world, nature as a variety of recyclable liquid polymers from a variety of structural components, replicas of other complex buildings, and more. What do you think of this news? Let us know your thoughts! Join the discussion of this and the other three print titles on 3DPrintBoard.com.
[Source / Images: CSAIL MIT]