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Decho Pitukcharoen

Decho Pitukcharoen was formerly a Media Lab intern and a participant in the inaugural Met + Parsons Museum Accessibility Collaboration Workshop.

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Media Lab Intern Spotlight: Decho Pitukcharoen's 3D Printing Booklet for Beginners

Decho Pitukcharoen, Former Media Lab Intern, Digital Media

Posted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014

As part of my work as a Media Lab intern, I created an educational booklet about fundamental 3D-printing processes, 3D Printing Booklet for Beginners, which will help the Met's staff and visitors to better understand how to create and print 3D models with 123D Catch and other open-source software. The booklet was designed to build on the Media Lab's practice of helping audiences use 3D models of objects in the Met's collection for their own creative purposes. There are three main chapters in my booklet—Scanning, Modeling, and Printing—as well as some examples of how to create a new art project inspired by reproduction art, an idea I got from John Berger's Ways of Seeing.

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Above: Jim Campbell (American, born 1956). Motion and Rest #2 (detail), 2002. Light-emitting-diodes (LED) and custom electronics. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Henry Nias Foundation Inc. Gift, 2004 (2004.105). © Jim Campbell