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Vienna Autoshow 2013 // No. 18 by DataExe

Vienna Autoshow 2013 // No. 18 by DataExe

A Grain Of Sand-Sized Racing Car Model These super small racing car models are about as small as a grain of sand and were created by researchers at the Vienna University of Technology using an extremely fast 3D printing machine. Watch the video above to see the printer at work.

A Grain Of Sand-Sized Racing Car Model These super small racing car models are about as small as a grain of sand and were created by researchers at the Vienna University of Technology using an extremely fast 3D printing machine. Watch the video above to see the printer at work.

3-D Printer with Nano-Precision

3-D Printer with Nano-Precision

A 285 µm racecar, printed at the Vienna University of Technology. Printing three dimensional objects with incredibly fine details is now possible using "two-photon lithography". With this technology, tiny structures on a nanometer scale can be fabricated.

A near pair of 19th century Austrian rock crystal and enamelled silver-gilt caricature models of musicians by Hermann Ratzersdorfer, Vienna, circa 1885 (2).  Sold for £62,500 inc. premium

A near pair of 19th century Austrian rock crystal and enamelled silver-gilt caricature models of musicians by Hermann Ratzersdorfer, Vienna, circa 1885 (2). Sold for £62,500 inc. premium

Represented by their most stand-out projects with preparatory studies, models and of course photographs we can get to see the Merano cable-car station 2000 by Roland Baldi, he kindergarten by MoDus Architects in Bolzano or the Wine Center in Caldaro by feld72, also the location of the new ASA Pro Data headquarters built by architects Andreas Flora and Gilbert Sommer. Exhibition “Hosting the Dolomites – Appropriation of Space 7/7” from 2 to 23 March 2017 Italian Embassy in Vienna Curators…

Read After exhibiting at the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow “Hosting the Dolomites – Appropriation of Space curated by David

The Vienna Model less cars more bikes

Vienna: Bike City Königlarch Architekten Although Austrian law requires one garage space for each new apartment, this complex obtained a dispensation to reduce parking by half and devoting the resulting square footage to bike storage and common spaces.

Vienna Bronze figure modelled as an ungainly hippo, signed Bergmann

Vienna Bronze figure modelled as a beautiful hippo, signed Bergmann

Vienna Bronze figure modelled and cast as a green frog using a leaf as a boat, early 20th century

Vienna Bronze figure modelled and cast as a green frog using a leaf as a boat, early century: Removed

When i see a classic car i like to touch it. Here i am in Austria (Vienna) and i touch a 40's model (?) or at last i think so....

When i see a classic car i like to touch it. Here i am in Austria (Vienna) and i touch a model (?

researchers from the Vienna University of Technology have speeded that up - considerably - and produced grain-of-sand sized objects such as bridges, cathedrals and Formula 1 cars.

Teeny tiny Tower Bridge: 3D-nanoprinting creates objects as small as a GRAIN OF SAND (but maintains attention to detail)

printing on a nanoscale (Vienna University).the smallest in the world. This mini Tower Bridge is smaller than a grain of sand! Check out the footage of a nanoscale racing car being printed, awesome.

A Vienna model of a recumbent hound, circa 1770

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A 19th century Austrian rock crystal, silver-gilt and enamel model of a peacock by Hermann Ratzersdorfer, Vienna circa 1886

A century Austrian rock crystal, silver-gilt and enamel model of a peacock by Hermann Ratzersdorfer, Vienna circa 1886

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