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Emerging Systems, Technologies & Media Post Professional Program




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Interactive Robotic Fabrication

Students: Maysam Ghaffari, Amir Habibabadi, Eugene Kosgoron, Somayyeh Ramezani, Mehrzad Rafeei
Seminar Title: Misfigures
Instructor: Andrew Atwood
Teaching Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, John Proto

We present a series of experiments which explore the use of IPhone accelerometers as joint position sensors and ultrasonic as scanning sensor in order to rebuild a 3d surface. To quantify the performance of the calibration and joint tracking we attached accelerometer and ultrasonic sensor to staubli 160 robot for scanning a 3d surface while second robot draws a section trough the surface in real time. In this example the accelerometer sensor estimate the scanning robot joint 4 and 5 angel and control the position of end arm tool.

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Light Drawing

Students: William Hu, Haleh Olfati, Jasmine Park, Sam Lew
Seminar Title: Misfigures
Instructor: Andrew Atwood
Teaching Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, John Proto

task: draw with light and slow exposure camera
goal: produce a “light object” that is a recognizable figure

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Layered Catenary

Students: William Hu, Haleh Olfati, Jasmine Park, Sam Lew
Seminar Title: Misfigures
Instructor: Andrew Atwood
Teaching Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, John Proto

Starting with a single “hot wire”, students will develop various end effector prototypes. Experiments in burning, melting, extracting, depositing, dropping etc. will lead to strategies of addition, subtraction and re-additive fabrication, which will then be applied to a final figure.

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Mis_Marilyn

Students: Salvador Cortez, Francisco Moure, Pablo Osorio, Matthew Tam, Peter A Vikar
Seminar Title: Misfigures
Instructor: Andrew Atwood
Teaching Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, John Proto

task: draw with pen on board
goal: bitmap gradient value transformation to flatnose pen rotation, recognisable figure

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SCI-Arc's ESTm post-graduate program is a rigorous, experimental post-professional degree platform focused on data-based and physical investigations into the rapidly evolving fields of digital design, innovative fabrication methodologies and new building systems.


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