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Hacking Devices – Trimbot

Hacking devices
Team :  Morten Bulow ,Mohamad Ghamlouch ,  Marko Vukovic
Academic staff: Marta Male-Alemany, Victor Viña, Brian Peters
The project was part of the IAAC workshop “Hacking Devices”  with Victor Viña .The basic task was to hack  into existing technologies and re-define it  for a different use . We decided to dismantle  a printer and mount it on a wood axis ,as well as adding a light sensor to it , thus transforming it into a light mapper .
Checkout the Trimbot in Action or the pdf presentation of the workshop project.
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Recycled FaBric(k) – Generative Design

Genetic Algoritm for Stable Brick Assembly – Video

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Recycled FaBric(k) – Hacking Devices

Arduino Controlled Rotating Saw Video

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Recycled FaBric(k) – Introduction

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crystal or crystalline solid is a solid material whose constituent atoms, molecules, or ions are arranged in an orderly repeating pattern extending in all three spatial dimensions. Borax, also known as sodium boratesodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate, is an important boron compound, a mineral, and a salt of boric acid. It is usually a white powder consisting of soft colorless crystals that dissolve easily in water. We used the crystallizing properties of borax to test the potential of making structures, using various threads and meshes.

Team members : Viraat Kumar, Gamze Gunduz, Diego Lopez Ibarra

KRY_N_STALLATION presentation

Video Links :

Crystal growth video :Crystal growth test

Scaffold test : Thread Scaffold

On site : On site construction

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