Now, the models we build using 3-D software have lives that go far beyond the screen. They give us the ability to fabricate physical prototypes on-demand using 3d printers. The design process enabled by additive 3d printing allows us to build a strong, innate connection between digital models and physical ones. With this new design workflow, we build spaces and objects as connected prototypes.
- A 3d model is a mathematical representation of any three-dimensional surface of object that is made using specialized software. It can be displayed as a two-dimensional image through a process called 3D rendering or used in a computer simulation of physical phenomena. The model can be physically created using 3D printing devices.
- Models could be considered the defining medium of design and architecture; they are directly involved in the 3Dprinting workflow.
Between buzz words and catch phrases — consciousness in the cloud, big-data, new industrial revolution, smart cities, morphological computation, trans-disciplinary actions1 , biomonitoring2… FABMOBs | ATMOStag is a modestly scaled, but radical expression of The post-digital Networked Society.3
- Artists and architects also focus their work, by rite or by interpretation, on the ideas and research generated by the sciences… art/science by Kligerman, Mehdaoui ↩
- Biomonitoring promotes individual and community resilience through the collaborative use of knowledge about environmental conditions and their effects on people inhabiting the those environments. Biomonitoring by Kligerman/Mehdaoui ↩
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