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id caadria2019_626
authors Hahm, Soomeen, Maciel, Abel, Sumitiomo, Eri and Lopez Rodriguez, Alvaro
year 2019
title FlowMorph - Exploring the human-material interaction in digitally augmented craftsmanship
source M. Haeusler, M. A. Schnabel, T. Fukuda (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference - Volume 1, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 15-18 April 2019, pp. 553-562
summary It has been proposed that, after the internet age, we are now entering a new era of the '/Augmented Age/' (King, 2016). Physician Michio Kaku imagined the future of architects will be relying heavily on Augmented Reality technology (Kaku, 2015). Augmented reality technology is not a new technology and has been evolving rapidly. In the last three years, the technology has been applied in mainstream consumer devices (Coppens, 2017). This opened up possibilities in every aspect of our daily lives and it is expected that this will have a great impact on every field of consumer's technology in near future, including design and fabrication. What is the future of design and making? What kind of new digital fabrication paradigm will emerge from inevitable technological development? What kind of impact will this have on the built environment and industry? FlowMorph is a research project developed in the Bartlett School of Architecture, B-Pro AD with the collaboration of the authors and students as a 12 month MArch programme, we developed a unique design project trying to answer these questions which will be introduced in this paper.
keywords Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Virtual Reality, Design Augmentation, Digital Fabrication, Cognition models, Conceptual Designing, Design Process, Design by Making, Generative Design, Computational Design, Human-Machine Collaboration, Human-Computer Collaboration, Human intuition in digital fabrication
series CAADRIA
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