Robotic drawing

Robotic controlled drawing. some experiments at DAAP, UC. Check more info at Robotic Lab.     

DATA & MATTER Exhibition, Venice Architecture Biennale

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 […]

Changbai Mountain Forest and Hot Spring Resort

Changbai Mountain Forest and Hot Spring Resort 长白山森林温泉度假酒店 Changbaishan. China. Consultant work for BLVD Architects, Status:: completed. Ming Tang worked with BLVD architect develop a parametric roof model for construction. The 3D roof structure was constructed as an information model containing a large number of parameters that were manipulated in various design phases.  The construction […]

Book available: MetroLAB

MetroLAB is a public-interest design/build program at the University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Interior Design. This book highlights the mission, participants and projects from 2011-2017. The book is available for preview / order at Blurb.   Prof Tang’s ITSC RENOVATION project is featured in the book. This Metro Lab studio addressed the renovation […]

Interview featured in ACSA and Study Architecture website

  supporting Architecture in the Age of Mixed Reality: The DAAP Library @ the University of Cincinnati. Check ACSA website; Check Study Architecture website Column by Jennifer H. Krivickas/ Assistant Vice President for Integrated Research Head of the Robert A. Deshon and Karl J. Schlachter Library/Adjunct Instructor: DAAP Schools of Design & Art/College of Design, […]

VR show in 2018 DAAPworks

VR show of Prof. Ming Tang’s Architecture studio at UC DAAP, a mix of virtual reality and augmented reality style exhibition.  Faculty: Ming Tang, Xiaoying Meng Student: Gabriel Berning, Bhattiprolu Chamundi Saila Snigdha, Owen Blodgett, Mason Boling, Tyler Dunn, Michael Greer, Isaac Keller, Anna Kick,Connor Kramer, Nathan Mohamedali, Aashna Sharad Poddar, Yiying Qiu, Jordan Sauer, […]

project in Aircraft Interior Expo and Crystal Cabin Award

Ming Tang, Blake Lane presented Boeing On-board project, the finalist of 2018 Crystal Cabin Award on 04.11 at Hamburg, Germany on behalf of UC-Live-well-Boeing team. The Crystal Cabin Award is the only international award for excellence in aircraft interior innovation, donated by the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and released by […]

Collaborative Courses won UC Forward Grant

UC Forward grant. Project-Based Collaborative Coursework for Developing Connected Transportation Network and Accessible Multimodal Hub in Uptown. Co-PI: Heng Wei, Na Chen, Xinhao Wang, Jiaqi Ma, and Ming Tang. Total $27,500. Goal and Objectives The goal of the proposed project is to adapt and integrate a series of disciplinary courses from the existing CEAS and […]

project featured in UC Magazine

Flight of the future UC students, faculty and industry leaders converge at the Live Well Collaborative to create innovative, internationally recognized technology for Boeing. The project was norminated as the finalist of 2018 Crystal Cabin Award and exhibited at the Crystal Cabin Award at the Aircraft Interior Expo at the Hamburg Messe, Germany 04. 10-12.2018 […]

paper in NCBDS conference

Ming Tang’s paper Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in the architectural design education  is presented at the 34th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (NCBDS) 2018 conference.  This paper explores teaching MR technology for design communication at the School of Architecture and Interior Design, University of Cincinnati. The author discusses the theoretical and technological framework of using […]

“Optical Illusions of Volume” exhibition in Venice

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 “Optical Illusions of Volume” critiques the ubiquitous obsession with optimization in computational design and fabrication. As an alternative, “Bubbles” begins to exploit […]

paper accepted at CAADRIA conference

Ming Tang’s paper From agent to avatar: Integrate avatar and agent simulation in the virtual reality for wayfinding is accepted at the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA) 2018 conference in Beijing, China.  This paper describes a study of using immersive virtual reality (VR) technology to analyze user behavior related to wayfinding, and […]