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Open Educational Resources | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Open Educational Resources | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures | {S}PATIAL .BRAIN | Scoop.it
RT @oxfordpodcasts: Enjoy 4,000 talks and lectures from Oxford University, more than half are #ukoer #oer http://t.co/qpvhCCYi #diverse2012...

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Gephi - an open source graph visualization and manipulation software

Gephi - an open source graph visualization and manipulation software | {S}PATIAL .BRAIN | Scoop.it
Gephi is an open-source software for visualizing and analyzing large networks graphs. Gephi uses a 3D render engine to display graphs in real-time and speed up the exploration.

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Brian Buckner & Loukia Tsafoulia - Sadic Apiaries - (n)certainties @ GSAPP-Fall 2010

Brian Buckner & Loukia Tsafoulia - Sadic Apiaries - (n)certainties @ GSAPP-Fall 2010 | {S}PATIAL .BRAIN | Scoop.it

The fifth studio Francois Roche has been tutoring at Columbia University since 2006 recently presented its last projects. One of them drove an interesting conversation between the jury and its authors, Brian Buckner & Loukia Tsafoulia. For this year’s studio, Francois Roche was assisted by Ezio Blasetti and Dave Pigram

 

For the second year, this studio was experimenting processes of life and death of an architecture; in this regard, Sadic Apiaries is a system composed by two robots and thousand of bees. The first robot is used as a mobile matrix for the bees to build the hives architecture, while the second robot exercises a sadistic role on the bees via smoke throw in order to orient the construction.
With time, the wax loose of its consistency (and color) and eventually disintegrates, thus triggering the death of this architecture.


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