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CYBER.VISION

Digital Ecologies

Tutor: Valentina Soana

MSc Architectural Computation

Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

 

the project explored connecting virtual environments with a physical one, where the user, wearing a soft robotic system, can move around space and detect different objects that correlated with the physical environment (position, volume, distance etc). This would actuate a robotic system and change the behaviour depending on which objects were observed (inflating or deflating in this case)

_00 Introduction

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Inspired by "Tokyo Metabolizing", Japan’s national pavilion for the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, which investigates architectural metabolism in the context of Tokyo and its urban make-up. The exhibition shows the ways in which Tokyo ha

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_01 System Design & Fabrication

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Materials and supplies used:

  • Eco Flex 00-30

  • Eco Flex 00-35

  • Acrylic Sheets

  • 12 vol air pump

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From Textual to Visual Culture

Image processing, duplicating, transmitting

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_02 User Interface: Cyber Environment

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_03 Feedback Control: Input and Physical Computing

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