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          • Knitting mico simulations - Porosity

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            In knitting techniques, skipping needles facilitates achieving porosity to varying degrees. Her can distinctly see the changing degrees of porosity with regular and irregular skipping of nee We get interesting results as each knot is related to other knots, and any distortion in on reflected in the neighnouring knots. If we zoom out a little further, the nature of porosity changes and this can be achieved by creation of holes with the forward and backward movement.

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            • Speculation of Patterns (derived from combination of functions)

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              We get unexpected results when we use all the functions of the machines in a code. These are some speculative three dimensional digital models. We infer from these models that by changing the movement of the machine and by skipping needles, we can create creases, bends, angles, shapes etc.

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              • Decoding back and forward movement function (holding knots)

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                If we retain the loops on the needles while alternating between forward and backward and then resume continuous knitting, we are able to add material differentially (see video bellow). The rule followed in the "simulation 1" is that the machine first moves clockwise, then it alternates between clockwise and anticlockwise for half the needles and then resumes the constant clockwise movement. This is a speculative three dimensional digital model of the outcome. The outcome is comparable to the analogue model. In the "simulation 2" the rule is to go clockwise, followed by clockwise and anticlockwise movement alternately, but now with decreasing the number of needles by one in each cycle. It then resumes the constant clockwise movement. The last simulation is the same as the first but using a large number of needles.

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                • Decoding back and forward movement function (releasing knots)

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                  We simulated the knitting mechanism based on certain rules. The white dots represent continuous movement and the orange dots represent the alternating movement. The rule followed here is that the needles first move continuously for a few rows. Then half the needles alternate between forward and backward movement and in the process, the remaining needles drop their loop. Finally when it resumes the constant continuous movement, the new loops formed create a puncture.

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                  • Netted Stinkhorns

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                    An intriguing example was that of the Netted Stinkhorns mushrooms. The body of these mushrooms arises from an "egg" and is complete with a laced, white "skirt" hanging 3-6 cm from the bottom edge of the cap, within a few hours.

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                    • Advita Summer Shred In Les 2 Alpes - GoPro Edit

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                      http://advitawear.com Hey there, Early July all the crew spent some time in Les 2 Alpes for a Summer shred week. Check out this short clip with & filmed by Kuba Ditkowski, Alex Sarrazin, Charles Gagnon, John Weatherley, Pierre Rue,Romain Taillefer, Mike Stalhberg & Stepan Rokos. Enjoy!

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