Andraditic Mass

arduino, firefly, rhino, 3d printed pla, baltic birch plywood

status : complete

With its initial beginnings as a milling exercise to produce a series of mitered polygons that form a single complex polyhedron, new opportunities for exploration emerged with the idea of introducing layers of real-time interaction.

Continuing research into responsive surfaces, I am looking at integrating physical computing, computer vision and responsive movement within the polyhedron shell. These three systems offer a huge range of fabrication and embedded electronics research opportunities that I have started to explore. My goal after this initial research will be to bring these systems up to an architectural scale in order to study the impact of these responsive systems in built environments.

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