1. CI Lasers In Action


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    Learn more about our Laser Cutting Systems at www.e-ci.com/lasers

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    • Repeating Snowflakes Woodburn


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      Repeating snowflakes

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      • Prototype Fabrication Methods


        from Nik Kinnaird Added 5 0 0

        The final pieces were created utilizing 5 techniques. CNC routed foam halves were bonded together to form a whole. Paper skeletons were laser cut, and used to generate a final series poured in a similar fashion to the earlier studies. Two alternative 3D print systems were used: powder printing and plastic extrusion.

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        • Final Project Presentation


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          Robot presentation by the HVS Fab Lab Crew Process used: - laser cutting, - 3D printing, - electronic milling & soldering, - programming

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          • Facilities in the School of Art, Design and Architecture


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            Facilities and technical resources available at the University of Huddersfield in the School of Art, Design and Architecture

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            • ui stencil laser cutting


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              http://mark-anthony.ca/product/ui-ux-stencil/ Quickly sketch out UI prototypes for web and mobile apps with this UI UX Stencil. These Stencils are a great companion to the UI UX Sketchbooks and also include a pixel ruler along the outer edge for measurement. Generate layout ideas, navigation and user experiences for personal projects and client projects.

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              • Digital Embodiment


                from Alec McClure Added 3 1 0

                Despite our lives being increasingly mediated by technology, our sense of body and self remains static and restricted to the boundaries of our physical, biological bodies. Using the phantom limb research of VS Ramachandran as a framework, I’ve created my own mirror-therapy inspired box in which a user inserts their hands, with the left hand reflected not by a mirror, but instead by an easily quantified LED matrix symbolizing digitization. I’d like to express a more inclusive understanding of self, body and possibility, while also questioning conventional ideas of perception. http://alecmcclure.com/post/96015663998/digital-embodiment-despite-our-lives-being

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                • Beats & Bits


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                  Progress website: http://onaromanticjourney.tumblr.com Project by: Amanda Lee [http://aleecreations.com], Justyna Ausareny [http://devinette.me] and Kristen Sutherland Beats & Bits invites the viewer to explore the beauty of human heart anatomy and physiological activities inscribed into our culture. Although medical technologies are advanced, knowing how a human heart organ works is still a mystery. A human heart can be seen as biological and mechanical entity, as well as a source of identity associated with emotions. In our project we attempt to mingle these two notions of body as a hybrid of machine and organism, through the real heart model reconstruction which portrays humans as a creature of its environment, social reality and fiction. Inspired by the work of the father of interaction design Marcel Duchamp, we convert light (projections of audio-reactive visuals), and musical beats (sounds from an 8 bit synthesizer and music) into continuous movement, creating a cycle characteristic for every life. Through this project we aim to explore the dualistic nature of the human heart and evoke feelings of pertinence to the apparatus. Our installation is a techno body part in which we interpret and translate the human heart as a subject of medical and biological laws, as well as cultural and emotional labels. It is a synthesis of human and machine that will make you skip a beat. Songs used: Beba by PANTyRAiD and The Way I Feel Inside by Zombies

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                    FROM ORIGAMI TO ARCHITECTURE. Students' examples at ICAD – International Master class, Department of Architecture, University of Florence. Class 2014-15, Prof. G.Ridolfi, PhD With reference to the educational experiences of Joseph Albers at the Bauhaus and Blackmountain, the class investigate form shaping and – in particular – what material can do in respect of their features and technologies. The models start with experiments in rigid origami and kirigami without aiming at making a product. In subsequent stages, students proceed with the design of a building system considering the use of the technologies of laser cutting and the assembly of components must be done without the use of glues, nails or screws. In some advanced cases the project is oriented towards the realization of dynamic and interactive systems with the use of Arduino, servos and sensors

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