What an incredible concept, solar powered, potentially antonymous machine that could be used to build large, architectural structures. Imagine these establishing basecamps for research, building infrastructure in remote or dangerous areas or even used in extra-terrestrial projects.
Stone Spray is a revolutionary construction method which uses soil as the base material and a liquid binder to solidify the soil granules. And uses a jet spray system to deposit the mix of soil and binder, for constructing architectural shapes.
While I’m not sure all the hurdles of texture and the real world, but fascinating application of the technology nonetheless.
Designed by Amy Wibowo, Daisuke Sakamoto, Jun Mitani, and Takeo Igarashi at the University of Tokyo, Japan, DressUp is a three-dimensional draping system that allows designers to create digital sketches of a garment on a real dress form. The system consists of a dress form, motion-tracking cutting and adding tools, custom software, and a display for viewing your digital design.
Once the garment is digitally draped, a 2D pattern is generated. The system is designed to be used by creatives …