Nature and the world can be viewed as complex volumetric computation. Historically, humans have interacted with nature in a reductive and homogeneous manner. However, inexpensive digital computation is now extending our capabilities -- allowing us to understand the complexity of nature and operate in and modify it as such. It is now possible to use computation to control matter, to design and fabricate 'natural' solutions and objects -- creating a new class of human-made objects that allow more localized, dynamic, sustainable and natural interactions with the world.

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