Lightweight & textured mono-material bicycle pedal // no assembly required, no disassembly required, no waste in manufacturing or use.
Meandrina 1 // Algorithms Unmasked // Generated from the simulation of coral growth on a 3D scan of the face Photo: @a.possible.space Model: @charchqui
Antilopinae 1 // Algorithms Unmasked // Generated by deforming a surface on a 3d scan of the face with a finely tuned cellular noise which creates the layered and rocky appearance. Photo: @a.possible.space Model: @sanrothodi
Coleoptera 1 // Algorithms Unmasked // Generated from simulated liquid colliding with a 3D scan of the face followed by procedural division of the form into a mesh. Photo: @a.possible.space Model: @its__susy
Thanks to @sciencemuseum for hosting us during the @yearofengineering family festival. Over three days we had over 300 children create their own mask with our algorithm. Hope they got some use during Halloween 🎃🦇
Thank you to everyone that visited our exhibit at the @dutchdesignweek 2018. It was a hectic but enjoyable week! @mickgeerits represented us on Dutch national television getting to the final of Toekomstbouwers and on the Future resources & materials panel. We are grateful for all the support, the important people that took the time to engage with our work and for the numerous interesting conversations with the public
We had a great time at London Design Festival exhibiting a preview of our new project Algorithms Unmasked a few weeks ago along with our interactive generative mask making workshop. Thanks to @imperialdyson at @imperialcollege for hosting us and to everyone that came along!
Generative meshing algorithms
Come see the piece we made with @3d.people.uk in response to the #headabovewaterlondon sculpture by @steuartpadwick at the London Design Festival. It will be in the @thedesignjunction exhibition in Oxo Tower Wharf from the 19th untill the 23rd of this September. Printed with @formlabs
A Digital exploration of porosity and surface area
Cross section of a bubble inspired foam structure
Cross section of a crystalline lattice of varying strength
Cross section of a growth structure inspired by vines and bacteria
This design's growing on us
Modernising traditional Japanese bladesmithing techniques through digital craft