Fabber is a 3D printing service on demand. 3D printing is a way to call the different processes that allow to send a digital input (a 3d design) to a machine able to reproduce physically this object. Thanks to the Reprap project, 3D printing goes more popular but not everybody wants to have a printer at home or at the office!
While I hate using Buzzfeed-style headlines, this video warrants the hyperbole. We're all familiar with the magic of quadcopters - they can fly in formation, roll around obstacles, and even interact with each other.
Dynamic catalog of patterns, structures, experiments, reflections and digital explorations on built and natural environment by Ignacio López Busón resulting from the London Architectural Association Landscape Urbanism Master's Programme (AALU) with the collaboration of Olga Mikhaleva during the course 2011-2012, and the AALU students and Giancarlo Torpiano and Vincenzo Reale during the current course 2012-2013.
Brilliant compilation of diagrams, sketches, models, structures and patterns related to several fields (design, biology, landscape, science, architecture...) with parametricism and organicism as common factors, by Marta Krivosheek.
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