FABLAB SEVILLA | Fablabbing the River International Workshop | EME3_2012. by eme3 on Jun 19, 2012 No Comments. Bathtopia: I Want to Swim in The River! Ivan Illich shows the following: that heavy machines imply capitalist or despotic ...
Daniel Widrig is an architect, product and furniture designer, sculptor and artist in London. After working with Zaha Hadid Architects for several years, he established his own studio in 2009.Daniel’s objects and concepts impress with their extraordinary hypersurfaces, organic shapes and non-symmetric proportions; appearing naturally familiar yet truly innovative. Their parametric/generative looks make me want to know more about the process and tools behind the works!
Four independent strands cohere and separate creating a landscape of fibers nestled into the hand. The separation and cohesion of these long linear elements is used to produces local difference to beautifully satisfy the demands of a functional set of flatware. The Flatware is manufactured with the latest 3D metal printing technology and finished with sterling silver.
Voice sculptor Gilles Azzaro spent eight months 3D printing a 39-second snippet of Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech about new manufacturing to give some visual gravity to what he calls a “groundbreaking” address...
We present Acoustic Barcodes, structured patterns of physical notches that, when swiped with e.g., a fingernail, produce a complex sound that can be resolved to a binary ID. A single, inexpensive contact microphone attached to a surface or object is used to capture the waveform.
« Artilect – FabLab Toulouse » organise du 18 au 21 Octobre 2012 en partenariat avec « la Novela : Festival des savoirs partagés » des conférences, une série de débats et discussions autour du concept de Fab Lab.
Cet évènement pour le grand public, les étudiants et les professionnels rassemblera les différents acteurs des Fab Labs français et européens ainsi que toutes personnes intéressées par le mouvement Fab Lab, Maker, DIY, DIWO et Open-Hardware.
We were recently featured in Coastal Enterprises’ newsletter. The article features several of our research projects that incorporated the use of Coastal Enterprise’s Precision Board Plus HDU. The work was part of the Intersections Exhibition held at the New York City College of Technology and the Material Matters II Workshop held in our studio earlier this spring.