In the News

  • The Globe and Mail

    Wiivv Wearables Inc., a Vancouver bionic-technology company that has shipped more than 10,000 pairs of its 3-D-printed custom foot orthotics, will announce Wednesday that it has raised $4-million (U.S.) in Series A funding.


    Since its origin, 3D printing has largely been used for prototyping by various design and maker communities. But as prices drop and new technologies develop, examples of meaningful production-uses have emerged, particularly in the field of medicine. Today, we’re witnessing a tipping point – where novel 3D printing platforms are delivering legitimate final goods, while fulfilling the promise of personalized medicine.

  • Running Magazine

    Vancouver-based Wiivv launched custom, 3D-printed insoles in an effort to make every shoe personalized for consumers.


    We checked out some of the new running gear at The Running Event trade show in Orlando, Fla., Here are some of the cool new things that will be coming out soon.


    Every year, the biggest players in the running industry converge at The Running Event to showcase their offerings for the coming year. Here’s what caught our eye for 2017.

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