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Emerging Systems, Technologies & Media Post Professional Program




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Coding Form

Seminar Title: Coding Form Fall2013 – ESTm
Instructor: Satoru Sugihara

This course explores techniques of fast-growing computational design technology and techniques using Grasshopper with various add-ons. Participants should be already familiar with 3D modeling in Rhinoceros. The course provides knowledge and skills of techniques in 2D pattern making, surface panelization and structure modeling with LunchBox add-on, parametric sub-D modeling with Weaverbird add-on, physical simulation with Kangaroo, scripting with Gh-Python add-on, urban geometry manipulation with Elk add-on, robotic hardware control and feedback with Firefly add-on, and network communication with gHowl. Participants learn not only each techniques with specific tools but also understanding of mathematical aspect of geometry and vectors, and logical thinking in parametric design and computational design.

Students: Nikita Alex Troufanov, Oksana Gritcai, Woongyeun Park, Brennen Douglas Huller

Coding Form 2013
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Point Line Cube

Students: William Hu, Haleh Ofati, Jasmine Park, Grey Crowell
Seminar Title: Robotic Confections & Confabulations (RoCoCo)
Instructor: Devyn Weiser
Research Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto

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Glusion

Students: William Hu, Haleh Olfati, Jasmine Park
Studio Title: Testa ESTm Vertical Spring 2012 ‘Real-Time’
Instructor: Peter Testa
AT: Curime Batliner
Research Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto

In the search for new materials and fabrication methods, the team’s approach establishes a constant dialogue between design intentions and the physical properties of a material – hot glue – within a robotic shaping environment. Glusion addresses geometry, motion control, variable material and free form fabrication.

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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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SCI-Arc's ESTm Master 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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