Sensebellum uses eco3D light diffusive filament to create stunning light installations that explore the potential of 3D printing to bring creative, artistic visions into reality.
“It opened up all these possibilities of using technology and art and making experiences that drive wonder.”
Mechanical engineer Chris McCoy was on a Fulbright scholarship in Spain working on his PhD when he first recognized the potential of 3D printing. The emerging technology could make prototype development painless and create custom solutions to individual problems. Access was the issue. “It was a locked door that I didn’t have a key to.”