Spine is an interactive installation based on twenty glowing cubes and an atmospheric sound composition. Each cube is moved in fluid motions by two computer-controlled motors.
Digital Natives are everyday items that are 3D scanned using a digital camera, subjected to algorithms that distort and finally 3D printed in colour resin/sandstone.
The SZU pavilion is the result of a semester long module collaborated between HKPDA and Shenzhen University. Bending gracefully in the atrium space of SZU.
The DUO Kit is a low cost 3D motion sensor that anyone can build.
“Eye, Robot” focuses on the intersection of computation, robotic fabrication, and cinematography.
Inspired by the spine of a whale, the Vertebrae Staircase is not simply mimicry of organic form but an exploration in shaping structure.
Pera is a tensile structure is manufactured as a network of triangulated stainless steel pieces connected by loose rings.