Digital Sessions S’2012
by Casey Rehm at Digital Futures Lab.
Tutorials will be posted to the blog the following week. Students are also encouraged to submit examples of their work from the sessions for publication.
All sessions to be held in Digital Futures Lab (Greene Building) from 7-9pm unless otherwise noted.
Workshops will build on work done during previous sessions within a section.
Supplemental materials will also be provided to allow for sessions to be taken individually.
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Explorations in parametrically driven surface construction.
Translation of parametric surfaces into architectural tectonics.
Fundamentals in polygon modeling through the production of tectonic geometry.
Expanding tectonics into proto-architectural constructs through parametric modifiers.
02/16/12_MOTION AND PERCEPTION:
Leveraging animation and rendering tools to extend the capabilities of 3D models.
SECTION 3_PYTHON SCRIPT:
Fundamentals in scripting to expand the capabilities of Rhino.
(Time to be announced) Solving complex spatial conditions through object oriented programming.
03/01/12_YOU WANT A JOB, RIGHT?:
Introduction to Autocad, the most prevalent cad package in professional practice.
An introduction to Revit, and its use in a professional project environment.
Introduction to the Processing graphics programming environment.
(2-4pm Greene Computer Lab) Leveraging Processing to explore complex systems as a generative tool.
Analysis and display of real world global systems.
SECTION 6_SIMULATION AND FORM:
Cross platform. Exploration on simulated materiality (Processing, Grasshopper, Kangaroo, Diva).
Materializing complex simulations for fabrication and documentation.
Cross platform hybridization of material simulation and architectural agenda.