Augmented Reality for Digital Fabrication. Projects from SAID, DAAP, UC. Fall 2018.
Hololens. Fologram, Grasshopper.
Faculty: Ming Tang, RA, Associate Prof. University of Cincinnati
Students: Alexandra Cole, Morgan Heald, Andrew Pederson,Lauren Venesy,Daniel Anderi, Collin Cooper, Nicholas Dorsey, ,John Garrison, Gabriel Juriga, Isaac Keller, Tyler Kennedy, Nikki Klein, Brandon Kroger, Kelsey Kryspin, Laura Lenarduzzi, Shelby Leshnak, Lauren Meister,De’Sean Morris, Robert Peebles, Yiying Qiu, Jordan Sauer, Jens Slagter, Chad Summe, David Torres, Samuel Williamson, Dongrui Zhu, Todd Funkhouser.
Project team lead: Jordan Sauer, Yiying Qiu, Robert Peebles,David Torres.
Videos of working in progress
The AR & VR project for medical model. Animated heart. magic school bus project at the University of Cincinnati.
Mara Marcu, Ming Tang, Adam Schueler’s project “Optical Illusions of Volume” is exhibited at the ‘DATA & MATTER’ Exhibition in Venice.
Palazzo Bembo, Riva del Carbon, Venice, Italy. May 24th to November 25th 2018.
Images and video creadit to DATA & MATTER Exhibion. GAA Foundation – EUROPEAN CULTURAL CENTRE
“Time – Space – Existence” during the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale
May 26 – November 25,2018 Palazzo Bembo,Venice, Italy
Exhibition curated by: Marcella Del Signore, Nancy Diniz , Frank Melendez.
DATA & Matter Exhibition at the GAA Foundation and European Cultural Centre during the #2018VeniceArchitectureBiennale May 26 – November 25, 2018 – Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy
Exhibition Curated by: Marcella Del Signore, Nancy Diniz and Frank Melendez.
12 projects at the “Time – Space – Existence” during the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale
The exhibition presents a group of projects by leading international designers using emerging and novel forms of reading and producing spatial conditions that connect/visualize data, responsive systems, and sensing/actuation technologies, through micro and macro scales. The exhibition takes the opportunity to exhibit a range of projects, side by side, that transform DATA as an abstraction into spatial and experiential configurations. It aims at triggering discussion and debate on how the use of data in design methodologies and theoretical discourses have evolved in the last two decades and why processes of data measurement, quantification, simulation, ubiquitous technologies and algorithmic control, and their integration into methods of making architectural form and spatial experiences, are becoming vital in academic and industry practices.