Designed using a complex software algorithm, the 3D-printed midsole of Under Armour's limited-edition trainers makes it suitable for any type of workout.
The Under Armour Architect isn’t just remarkable for the 3D printed midsole. Perhaps even more so is the way that midsole was designed. Instead of being dreamed up by the outfit’s designers, it was actually produced by Autodesk’s generative design software, Autodesk Within, which crunches through complex algorithms trying to find the optimal design for any desired product. In this case, they had it put together a midsole that met specific parameters on stress tolerance, weight, flexibility, and durability, eventually arriving at the final design that’s used in the footwear.
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