07 Aug '17, 1am

Trippy transforming coffee table illuminates microscopic art

According to Marco Zagaria, creator of the funky 3D-printed table , the inspiration for Microcromo came from the desire to blend multifunctional furniture design with his own love of microscopic art photography. The table tops are created using a series of unique micro-images photographed with the microscope. The images of veiny patterns and vivid colors are backlit with ambient lighting system controlled by an app, creating one very unique art piece within the table.

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