CodeKitchen #23: Big Structures* | July 22, 2017 

How do you design large systems and machines which are made up of small components and infinite variables?

Taught by:  Dr. Chen Lujie, Assistant Professor, SUTD

 

How do you design large systems and machines which are made up of small components and infinite variables? What’s the logic behind that, and does it make it more efficient? In this workshop, participants will be given an introduction to advanced digital manufacturing methods and computational approaches to physical production. A tour through complex objects representation, visualization, segmentation and fabrication. Exposure to hand-eye coordination and human-machine interface in product assembly.

 

*Part of the MADE IN SPACE @ Singapore Art Science Museum

 

Speaker Bio: 

Dr. Lujie Chen is an Assistant Professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design. His research expertise is in optical metrology, medical imaging, and rapid prototyping. He has invented a series of computational methods for generating large-scale physical objects directly from digital models.

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