Zjenja Doubrovski

Zjenja Doubrovski

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Zjenja Doubrovski is a PhD candidate at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. He received his MSc degree in Integrated Product Design (Cum Laude) in 2010. After his graduation, while working as a designer, he developed an interest in the application of Additive Manufacturing/3D printing as a production method. 3D Printing is changing the world of production and consumption, but the consequences for industrial designers are not yet known. In his current research, initiated by the TU Delft and now funded by the industry, he focusses on design methods for 3D printing: how do designers need to work and what tools do they need in order to really benefit from this technology? The research in this field at the Department of Industrial Design Engineering is expanding by contributions from graduation students and close collaboration with the industry. Currently he is a visiting researcher at the Mediated Matter group at the MIT Media Lab.


2014   Voxel-based Fabrication through Material Property Mapping
2014   Voxel-based Fabrication through Material Property Mapping: a Design Method for Bitmap Printing


Reaction-Difusion (RD) Bitmap Printing

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