Behrad Ghodsi, a 2015 graduate of the Industrial Design program proposed Atossa 3D print shoes for his graduation thesis at RIT.Atossa started as the idea for redesigning industrial and social systems that deliver the products to us. The designer thought of getting help from 3D print technology to develop customized products. His goals are to minimize the waste of matter and energy and increase people’s involvement in the design process. The strategy is to design with people in order to provide the best suitable product for them. He believes participatory design is the future for design.
He targeted shoes as the minimum viable product because of the design sensitivity. Lack of user customization in the shoe ergonomics would result in many dissatisfactions and sometimes diseases. But Atossa embraces each person’s unique form and shapes accordingly; meanwhile it has not forgotten about style and look.
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