Virtual DAAP 3.0
3D visualization of DAAP building. Real time rendering with game engine. The prototype is available to download now.
Paper published in IJAEC
paper titled "Physics Simulation & Form Seeking in Architecture Design Education" published in International Journal of Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Co-author with Mara Marcu.
One Chapter in the Book: Innovations in Landscape Architecture
Ming Tang has a book chapter "Data Driven Landscape" published in the new book titled "Innovations in Landscape Architecture". The book explore digital technology, design processes and theoretical queries that shape the contemporary practice of landscape architecture. Edited by Daniel H. Ortega, Jonathon R. Anderson at Routledge.
Project accepted in 104th ACSA Conference
Co-authored with Mara Marcu, our project "Strange Loop" is accepted in the 104th Annual ACSA conference at Seattle, WA. Cheers.
Virtual Reality in DAAP "end of semester show"
We demonstrated how the virtual reality can be used to visualize the studio project during the “end of semester show” at UC DAAP. Five student projects were compiled to construct a virtual urban square. Demo files are available to download.
Paper published in Perkins+Will Research Journal
paper titled "Urban modeling with agent-based system." published in Perkins +Will Research Journal Vol. 07.02. Special Issue: Future of Architectural Research. 12. 2015.
paper shelter installation
Recent installation at DAAP, UC. Check out the HD video at Vimeo . Thanks for the hard work of all SAID students!
Crowd Simulation at ACADIA Hackathon
Ming Tang collaborated with Erin Morrow on the Crowd Simulation through MassMotion and Maya during 2015 ACADIA Hackathon.
2015 sustainable urbanism book online
2015 "Sustainable Urbanism. Study Abroad in China" book available online. Thanks everyone who contributed to the book! Thanks the support from UC Forward, UC International.
Projects accepted in ACADIA conference exhibition
Two projects "Transmuted Tectonics" and "Strange Wall" are both accepted in the 2015 ACADIA conference exhibition. Cheers.