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New York Architecture Images- Manhattan Institute
Improved version of last one… many FishFlys all attracted to each other and some magic balls that you can move around 🙂
Here is my father’s house/urban sprawl project that I intend to refine in terms of creating a pre-fabrication blue-print for industrialization… Much more to come… for now, some PICTURES.
Nature of Code is a programing class… We had to create movement with controlled randomness… Here is the result: Swim_Fly
First homework… draw cross sections of an object and feed them into a software that joins these cross sections creating a curved mesh between them… Here is my first try:Random shape
Amazing documentary about the Lost Boys of Sudan. They were refugees from Sudan living in a camp for 10 years. They get some kind of aid from the States and get integrated. They had never seen electricity! Now they are working here legaly and sending money back – helping the ones left behind They were a bunch of kids from 5 to 15 years old when they left Sudan There were 27,000 of them. They walked 1000 miles 12,000 arrived. Then lived in one camp for 2 years, Walked another 700 miles I think to another camp where they stayed … Continue reading “God Grew Tired of Us; The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan” →
This one is for Ubiquitous Computing for Mobile Devices… Had to analyze a mobile application web site. Here it is: Groovr Groovr is a tool to share where you are, what you are doing, and what it looks like to a bunch of friends or to the whole world using your cell phone. You can check where your friends are, create places, add comments, upload pictures and create groups. And if you have a camera phone you can upload your pictures as well. The interface to browse through users/places and their pictures is very intuitive and smooth – simple and … Continue reading “First Homework Posting” →
Fabricating Information– awesome!– taught by two architects – www.proxyarch.com– printing in 3D, laser cuter and milling Nature of Code– Programming class – introducing physics, natural behaviors, particles, genetic algorithms, neural nets… 🙂