Students: Nicholas Barger, Evan Emery, Rangel Karaivanov, Andrew Kragness
Studio Title: TestaESTm Vertical Fall 2012 ‘R2R Reel to Real’
Instructor: Peter Testa with Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto
AT: Peter Vikar
FIN.0 is a design platform comprised of repertoires of robotic motion, material logics, tool customization and real-time cinematic techniques networked into a dynamic interface that allows for the design and evaluation of dynamic surfaces and the motion of form.
Students: Sarah Blahut, Ben Crawford, Andrew Kragness, Vanessa Teng
Seminar Title: Robotic Confections & Confabulations (RoCoCo)
Instructor: Devyn Weiser
Research Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto
Snow White uses a simple set of three-dimensional blended curves in various mirrored compositions. The painting robots interpolate between the control points’ position (x, y, and z coordinates) of each curve in the set. In this way, the three-dimensional curves drive the gradient and line definition of the painting on the two-dimensional canvas. The curve sets are mirrored along the x, y, and z-axis to create a composition of duality that uses two synchronous robots.