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MobiPrize

RVTR was approached to design and produce the 2012 MobiPrize to be presented at Rio+20, The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro,…...
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Encoding Process – Robert J Lang’s Origami Crease Patterns | Dataisnature

Encoding Process – Robert J Lang’s Origami Crease Patterns | Dataisnature | Computational Design | Scoop.it

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origami patterns

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How 5 Different Creatures Flap Their Wings

How 5 Different Creatures Flap Their Wings | Computational Design | Scoop.it
One part biology, one part geometry, the flight patterns of winged creatures are beautiful to watch.

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Complex Illustrations Formed with Tangles of Colorful Wires

Complex Illustrations Formed with Tangles of Colorful Wires | Computational Design | Scoop.it
Greece-based artist Charis Tsevis is fascinated with the wired world we live in. No matter how wireless technology continues to develop, we still find ourselves dependent upon outlets for data transfer and power, and, if we look around, it’s standard to be surrounded by a handful of plugs throughout any room. In response to his fascination, Tsevis […]

 


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NEAR UNISON - Dan Dodds

NEAR UNISON - Dan Dodds | Computational Design | Scoop.it
We always look forward to seeing what comes out Studio 10 at the Westminster University School of Architecture and the Built Environment.  Dan Dodds Near Unison is an exploitative and playful desig...

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Scripted Movement Drawings Series 1 « MATSYS

Scripted Movement Drawings Series 1 « MATSYS | Computational Design | Scoop.it

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"In the Scripted Movement Series of drawings/paintings, I have begun to experiment with the use of industrial robotics. Typically used in the production of cars or other mass-produced items of contemporary culture, these robots are essentially larger, stronger, and more precise version of the human arm. Made up of a series of joints that mimic yet extend the movements of shoulder, elbow, and wrist, the robot has a wide range of highly control motion. The real value of these robots is that, like the human arm, their usefulness is completely determined by the tool that is placed in its hand. Although with industry these tools include welding torches, vacuum grippers, and saws, really any tool can be used."

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This is how we move

Human helps people move almost twice as much in six weeks. Every day, people track millions of activities with our app. We visualized data in major cities all across…
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Any Lomas for Max Cooper - Seething

Any Lomas for Max Cooper - Seething | Computational Design | Scoop.it
Take a look at Andy Lomas' digital bacteria video for the Human track below; Cooper playing festival sets this summer

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Any Lomas for Max Cooper - Seething

Any Lomas for Max Cooper - Seething | Computational Design | Scoop.it
Take a look at Andy Lomas' digital bacteria video for the Human track below; Cooper playing festival sets this summer

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BIO | Patterns - COMPLEXITY GRAPHICS

BIO | Patterns - COMPLEXITY GRAPHICS | Computational Design | Scoop.it
data, network, biology, map

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UpDown_studioBRAD

This is "UpDown_studioBRAD" by Bradley Rothenberg on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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EVOLO competition -( parametric design ) - By deCode

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Day-Glo Fractal Visions Inspired By Alan Turing | The Creators Project

Day-Glo Fractal Visions Inspired By Alan Turing | The Creators Project | Computational Design | Scoop.it
Psychedelia inspired by science and math.

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A Degree of Freedom

A Degree of Freedom | Computational Design | Scoop.it

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Augmented Structures v1.0 : Acoustic Formations / Istiklal Street

Augmented Structures v1.1 : Acoustic Formations / Istiklal Street Architecture and (Media) Design are art forms that exist independently from one another. Over…

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dragonbones 20140806a

Multi-scale dendritic growth model derived from Alan Turing's work on morphogenesis.

 


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CLOUD_formations on Industrial Design Served

CLOUD_formations on Industrial Design Served | Computational Design | Scoop.it

Industrial Design Served features top work in categories such as product design and industrial design.


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Pixel & Dots

Animation, Schnitt und Sounddesign: Laurin Döpfner Musik: Kensee Pixel & Dots visualisiert mit einer organischen Wellenform die Flüchtigkeit…
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(watch with sound) "Sail- Awolnation" Robotic Sound Processing (milling)

http://artisengineering.de/ Final pictures: http://artisengineering.de/?page_id=936⟨=en We processed the song with a Grasshopper structure, the Firefly,…
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Experimental Typography Series Turns Letters Into Pulsating Biological Forms | The Creators Project

Experimental Typography Series Turns Letters Into Pulsating Biological Forms | The Creators Project | Computational Design | Scoop.it
In his series "Varicose" designer Ari Weinkle creates a beautiful set of animated letters full of strange textures and organic forms.

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Experimental Typography Series Turns Letters Into Pulsating Biological Forms | The Creators Project

Experimental Typography Series Turns Letters Into Pulsating Biological Forms | The Creators Project | Computational Design | Scoop.it
In his series "Varicose" designer Ari Weinkle creates a beautiful set of animated letters full of strange textures and organic forms.

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Origami wheels change shape and size as they roll

Origami wheels change shape and size as they roll | Computational Design | Scoop.it
Researchers from Seoul National University have designed a wheel that lets a robot be either speedy or strong by changing the size of its wheels automatically.

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At Harvard, swarming robots that mimic termites

At Harvard, swarming robots that mimic termites | Computational Design | Scoop.it
Harvard researchers create a group of "swarm robots" that could be used for dangerous construction jobs.

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