02.13.17

Percolation Printing

Sheila Lin, Melanie Daguin, Oluwabunmi Fayiga

Using time, volume, and viscosity to create non-layered 3D prints in coarse granular solids

students, Augmented Materiality, m.arch

12.19.15

F'15-ARC574-Presentation | Robotic Crystal Sculpting

SHI, FENG, Li

Augmented Materiality

05.18.15

w[e]aves

Barney

This M.Arch project at Princeton University's School of Architecture investigates the relationship between the loom and the robot, questioning what it means to weave and thus questioning contemporary architectural tectonics.

students, Embodied Computation Lab, Augmented Materiality, m.arch, forging-fabrication

05.15.15

Interactive digital fabrication environment to explore gypsum shell reinforcement

Michiels

In the context of the course ARC 596 “Embodied Computation”, a project is developed to explore novel forms for gypsum shell by repeatedly breaking and repairing these types of shells using digitally controlled tools.

Embodied Computation Lab, Augmented Materiality, multimedia

09.30.14

ARC574_ROBOTheremin

Guo

An attempt to convey the visual to the audible.

Augmented Materiality