Students: Brian Harms, Haejun Jung, Vince Huang, Yuying Chen
Studio Title: SUSPENDED DEPOSITIONS ESTm Fall 2012
Instructor: Peter Testa, Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto, Peter Vikar
This project aims to blur the line between processes of design and fabrication in the context of rapid prototyping by increasing the fluidity of the fabrication process through coordinated material and robotic processes. The project exploits feedback loops that allow the process to be used as a live generative form-finding tool as well as a method for reification of designed objects.
Students: Viola Ago, Anass Benhachmi, Talin Ebrahimi, Peter A Vikar
Seminar Title: Robotic Confections & Confabulations (RoCoCo)
Instructor: Devyn Weiser
Research Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto
portAIRts explores the boundary condition of face-recognition through a series of experiments in robotic control and image fragmentation.
Students: Peter A Vikar
Studio Title: Testa ESTm Vertical Spring 2012 ‘Real-Time’
Instructor: Peter Testa
AT: Curime Batliner
Research Fellows: Brandon Kruysman, Jonathan Proto, AT: Curime Batliner
Approxymotion is research project focusing on motion based forming. Its an attempt to apply the logic of digital design into the physical space.
Traditionally in architecture forms are transferred from paper/virtual space to building through fixed shaped moulds or as an assembly of many elements. My goal was to set the mould into motion, while maintaining the parametric nature inherited from the digital model. The result is a motion-form that computes between the initial motion input, the built geometry and its material properties.
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
Students: Pablo Osorio, Francisco Moure, Amir Habibabadi, Peter A Vikar
Seminar Title: Textile Tectonics
Instructor: Marcelo Spina
Continuous Crossing is an ongoing research project in utilization of composite materials for architectural application. Inspired by the workflow and material application of the sailing industry(North Sails), our team is focusing on hybridizing the performative and aesthetic aspects of composite materials.