11 | IMPLICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS¶
WEEK 11 | IMPLICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS This week is about defining our project for January.
FINAL PITCH PROJECT¶
First slides made for this week
WHAT | creation of glass modules with integrated sensors and light for modular and articulated glass surfaces or objects.
WHY | to make a library of design possibilities for glass artisans and designers to use glass in a modular approach. This library will be a way to share technical knowledge and make this action the center of a work
TOOLS | Rhino 7, 3D printer, Arduino
KEY-WORDS | glass, light, 3D printing, R&D
- design for disassembly / Modular
- life circle of the modules (repairing tec...)
- characteristics depending on applications
- production (time, weight)
Some design and artistic references¶
QUESTIONS/CONCERNS/TOPICS that I need to search on¶
- Laser engraving on glass
- Iridescence sticker to add a pattern on the glass
- Christoph Hermann
Bacteria dyes : what about the jelly medium ? could it be use as a screen printing paste or to add limits to the bacteria growing (does it have to stay humidified ? Can it be dry and then the bacteria still use it ? (Blended into the fibers ?) PB: how do you sterilize the screen printing tools (screen...) OR can you add the medium to the fibers and sterilize after ?
Biomaterials x E-textiles Materiom : conductive agar using salt pb : sensitivity to water and moisture :( if this material looses conductivity you have to rehydrate it --> water analog sensor ? conductive bioplastic with a very thermo-sensitive pigment wich would change colour when the current goes through the material.
- NATURE X HUMANITY, Neri Oxman, 2021
- Origami-inspired material designed to soften impact
- Topographie digitale by Datapaulette
- Pressure Mapping by Infitex
- Infi-tex recitation
- Tactile Dialogues, Interactive pillow for communication between dementia patiens and family by by TU/e (Martijn ten Bhömer, Oscar Tomico), De Wever, byBorre, Optima Knit and Metatronics.
- See also Haptic technology : Haptic design Wikipedia : "Most researchers distinguish three sensory systems related to sense of touch in humans: cutaneous, kinaesthetic and haptic. All perceptions mediated by cutaneous and kinaesthetic sensibility are referred to as tactual perception. The sense of touch may be classified as passive and active, and the term "haptic" is often associated with active touch to communicate or recognize objects."
- Solar Sinter by Markus Kayser
|Videos||Class, Co-creation Session, Review 11, Final Project Speech Day 1, Final Project Speech Day 2|