Glitch Concept by Adam Setter

The Glitch project by Royal College of Art graduate Adam Setter was created using an app called Trimensional and his iPhone camera.

This unconventional approach to the concept’s creation meant he scanned in printed images instead of objects and later refined the 3D data to make out the vehicle’s proportions. Once this process was complete, he designed the rest of the car around the core volume.

Setter says did not set out with a vehicle typology in mind in order to prove that not knowing where you are going can yield great results. Have a look through the photos, sketches and renderings below to see if you agree.


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