Here at Lion Brand, we believe in supporting the next generation of fiber aficionados and artists. That's why we support programs at universities like FIT in New York City and Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Israel.
Last month, Mindy Tchieu, a grad student at NYU Tisch's ITP program whose work incorporates yarncrafted elements, shared with me the following clip from her classmate Matt Parker, whose graduate thesis project is a 3D volumetric display (it allows a 3D image to be projected):
You might be wondering, "What does this have to do with yarn?" Well, Mindy wrote:
[M]y favorite part about Lumarca is that it's projected on YARN! Honestly when I saw the videos, I thought, "Wow this is cool," but it wasn't until I saw it in person at school and realized that it was white yarn, that my mind was blown.
Thanks, Mindy, for sharing this very cool usage of yarn with us! It's always cool when low-tech materials like yarn can be used for high-tech purposes.
Have you seen some amazing uses for yarn? Share them with us by leaving a comment!