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Author Rob/Arch 2012 (2012)

Title Rob/Arch 2012 : robotic fabrication in architecture, art and design / Sigrid Brell-Cokcan, Johannes Braumann (eds.).

Published Wien : Springer, 2013.

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Physical description 1 online resource (320 pages) : color illustrations.
Contents Introduction. Introduction / Sigrid Brell-㯫kcan and Johannes Braumann -- Keynotes. Digital by Material / Jan Willmann, Fabio Gramazio, Matthias Kohler and Silke Langenberg -- Morphospaces of Robotic Fabrication / Achim Menges -- Workshops. Robotically Fabricated Wood Plate Morphologies / Tobias Schwinn, Oliver David Krieg and Achim Menges -- Processes for an Architecture of Volume / Wes McGee, Jelle Feringa and Asbj⮠Srgaard -- Augmented Fabrications / Brandon Kruysman and Jonathan Proto -- Interlacing / Kathrin D诲fler, Florian Rist and Romana Rust -- HAL / Thibault Schwartz -- BrickDesign / Tobias Bonwetsch, Ralph B衲tschi and Matthias Helmreich -- Mill to Fit / Andreas Trummer, Felix Amtsberg and Stefan Peters -- Design Robotics / Martin Bechthold and Nathan King -- Projects. Fabricating the Steel Bull of Spielberg / Clemens Neugebauer and Martin K诬ldorfer -- Morphfaux / Joshua Bard, Steven Mankouche and Matthew Schulte --
Protocols, Pathways, and Production / David Pigram, Iain Maxwell, Wes McGee ... [et al.] -- From Digital Design to Automated Production / Jens Cortsen, Silvan Oesterle, Dorthe S춡son and Hanno Stehling -- Robot Assisted Asymmetric Incremental Sheet Forming / Jan Br赮inghaus, Carsten Krewet and Bernd Kuhlenk说ter -- CNSILK / Elizabeth Tsai, Michal Firstenberg, Jared Laucks ... [et al.] -- Rhino2krl / Tom Pawlofsky -- Robotic Fabrication for D赺ce Teknopark / Baris 㯫kcan -- Free Molding Technology / Yaron Elyasi -- Outside Itself / Federico Diaz -- Research. Geometry Optimization / Luk⡩s Kurilla and Ladislav Svoboda -- Robotic Pouring of Aggregate Structures / Karola Dierichs, Tobias Schwinn and Achim Menges -- Magnetic Architecture / Alexandre Dubor and Gabriel-Bello Diaz -- Automating Eclipsis / Nathan King and Jonathan Grinham -- Irregular Substrate Tiling / Ryan Luke Johns and Nicholas Foley -- RoboSculpt / Mathew Schwartz and Jason Prasad -- The Framed Pavilion / Richard Dank and Christian Freissling --
Augmented Reality and the Fabrication of Gestural Form / Ryan Luke Johns -- Robotic Immaterial Fabrication / Steven Keating and Neri Oxman -- Industry. KUKA: Innovations in Industrial Robotics / Alois Buchstab -- splineTEX / Valentine Troi -- Industrial Robots in Architecture / David Kittl and Martin Kohlmaier -- Revolution in Steel Beam Fabrication / Andreas Hofer -- 21st Century Art: The Marriage of Inspiration and Innovation / Manfred H赢schmann and David Arceneaux -- Modular Robotics / Christian Binder -- New Perspectives for Architecture and Design / Alfred Kaser -- Parametric Robot Control without CAD/CAM / Eric Dokulil -- A Custom Robotic Trimmer for Modern Timber Constructions / Michael Bauer -- Rapid On-site Fabrication of Customized Freeform Metal Cladding Panels / Peter Mehrtens.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Architects, artists, and designers have been fascinated by robots for many decades, from Villemards utopian vision of an architect building a house with robotic labor in 1910, to the design of buildings that are robots themselves, such as Archigrams Walking City. Today, they are again approaching the topic of robotic fabrication but this time employing a different strategy: instead of utopian proposals like Archigrams or the highly specialized robots that were used by Japans construction industry in the 1990s, the current focus of architectural robotics is on industrial robots. These robotic arms have six degrees of freedom and are widely used in industry, especially for automotive production lines. What makes robotic arms so interesting for the creative industry is their multi-functionality: instead of having to develop specialized machines, a multifunctional robot arm can be equipped with a wide range of end-effectors, similar to a human hand using various tools. Therefore, architectural research into robotics is not so much directed at reinventing machines for architectural fabrication, but rather at reusing industrial robots as a well-established basis and adapting them for architectural purposes by developing custom software interfaces and end-effectors. By doing this, architects, artists and designers have advanced from being mere users of robots and have successfully emerged as recognized developers and trendsetters in robotic fabrication. This book publishes the proceedings of the fi rst international conference on robotic fabrication in architecture, art, and design, Rob Arch.
Notes Description based on print version record.
Subject Robots, Industrial -- Congresses.
Architecture -- Technological innovations -- Congresses.
Art and technology -- Congresses.
Electronic books.
Variant Title Robotic fabrication in architecture, art and design
ISBN 9783709114650 (electronic bk.)
3709114659 (electronic bk.)
9783709114643
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-7091-1465-0