Following Unity tutorial, particle system was learned.Link
ML Plugin Development For Rhino & Grasshopper
In order to test the understanding of the course(https://www.udemy.com/machine-learning-with-unity/learn/v4/overview), ML plugin for Grasshopper was developed.Link
Using VEX expression in Houdini, Mandelbrot Set was visualized.Link
As a Houdini practice, the logo for the "Neuronal Stool" project was created.Link
3D-Printed Formwork For Concrete Casting
Using FDM 3D printers to produce formworks for concrete casting, application of 3D printing technology in architecture was explored. Team: Yao Wang and Georgia Chousou Photo credit: Tom MundyLink
Using a robotic arm for placing a string on the packed stones, it seeks new typology for fully reversible architectural structures. Team: Jetana Ruangjun and Moon Young Jeong Photo credit: Tom MundyLink
Computational design strategy for functional bricks was explored and the design was brought to physical world with sandstone binderjet 3D printer. Team: Sahar Barzani and Fernando Cena Photo credit: Tom MundyLink
Aggregated structure was collaboratively made between a robot that places wooden modules and a person who glues the modules.Link
Attached with a light and a pen, the traces of robotic arm's movement produced both a two-dimensional drawing on a paper and three-dimensional sculpture in space. Team: MoonYoung Jeong, Fernando Cena, Sahar Barzani, and Zong-Ru Wu
Fascinated with the idea of Brain-Computer Interface, its application for a smart house was tested.Link
The International Summerschool “Construction Bionics” @ TU Dresden
Collaboration between researchers across fields were sought throughout the summer school program.Link
Advances In Architectural Geometry Workshop
Studied coding for design and structural calculations.Link
Robots In Architecture Workshop
Design and fabrication of bricks were investigated through extruding clay from an end effector attached on a robotic arm.
Provided with glass plates and aluminium connections, a pavilion was assembled on site without any blueprint. Team: Jun Sato's lab + students(Keio University and University of Tokyo)Link
Physical tensegrity model was made to better understand the relationships between different materials.
Photogrammetry With Drone And 3D-Printing
Aerial images of the campus was taken from an UAV and the reconstructed model was printed with full-color 3D printer.
Through an introduction to a laser cutter usage, a container whose design turned images into tessellated pattern was produced.
Adaptive maze was created with tracking system to experiment with human's behavior under interactive environment.Link
Being Exposed to Grasshopper for the first time, environmental analysis method was learned.Link