E-Dinamo. E-Terminal. E_Learning Programing. Computational Design Sandbox. Cellular. Posts Tagged ‘Cellular’ SCIN Cube Location: London Design Festival, SCIN GalleryDate: 2012Materials: 3D Printed ConcreteTools: Rhino, Grasshopper, WeaverbirdDimensions: 20cm x 20cm x 20cm Project DescriptionSCIN, a material resource center for designers and architects in London, asked a small group of emerging designers to produce a small cube that represents their approach to design, materiality, and technology for an exhibition that coincides with the London Design Festival.
Our submission reflects the reoccurring presence in our work of cellular solids, a transmaterial grouping characterized by high strength to weight ratios. The cube was designed using a network of digital cellular bodies that are first relaxed to produce a more uniform field and then structurally differentiated in relation to their distance to the outside surface. Credits Andrew Kudless (design), Emerging Objects (fabrication) Photo by Emerging Objects Shellstar Pavilion Photo: Dennis Lo Chrysalis (III) Catalyst Hexshell. About. LaN curates experiences led by international minds & designed for a range of multi-disciplinary participants seeking to integrate digital design technologies with physical production strategies.
LaN explores increasingly digital modes driving greater physicality. Keeping a toe in Boulder, Colorado while our others roam… LaN has been active in 18 countries since 2008 seeking to enable increasingly customized and diverse curated models of education.
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Dynamo. Simulacion. Programming Architecture - Parametric Design. Parametric Architecture. FabAcademy. Parametric architecture. Introduction to Parametric Design with Grasshopper Webinar. Developing Digital Design Techniques (doctoral thesis) Doctoral Thesis 2005 Download full thesis here >>>>> Abstract Industrial designers, architects, graphical designers and others have slowly adapted to the new digital design tools. Most of this process of adaptation is about modifying traditional techniques to benefit from digital technology.
But digital technology offers the possibility to rethink the design process even to a degree where our conception of visual creativity is questioned. This thesis documents and develops a long-term exploration of a special type of design, the digital design that appeared during the nineties and that possibly started with the animation techniques introduced by Greg Lynn and the experimental use of diagrams introduced by Peter Eisenman. This thesis, focuses on the early stages of the design process; the explorative phases before the constrains of realisation start to narrow down the options. A central aspect of creative design computing is the generative potential in digital technology.
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Your support will help MIT OpenCourseware continue to offer high-quality educational resources for free. To make a donation, or view additional materials from hundreds of MIT courses, visit MIT OpenCourseware, at ocw.mit.edu. PROFESSOR: Good morning. Try it again. STUDENTS: Good morning. PROFESSOR: Thank you. What I want to do today is three things: I'm going to start-- actually, I shouldn't say start, I'm going to do a little bit of administrivia, the kinds of things you need to know about how we're going to run the course.
Right, let's start with the goals. For all students, what we want to do is we want to give you an understanding of the role computation can and cannot play in tackling technical problems. And finally, we want to position all students so that you can easily, if you like, compete for things like your office and summer jobs. OK. SJET. 6.00 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Fall 2008.
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