3D Printed Facial Algorithms
17-20 March 2016
Tropos Laboratory, Rome
Rodrigo Aguirre Sofoklis Giannakopoulos
Since the early years of civilization masks in various forms have played a crucial role in the understanding of what it means to be a human. They permit imaginative experiences of what it is like to be transformed into a different identity. With the use of new technology we want to further pursue this metamorphosis.
We will create a digital version of a “life mask” and use our own faces as inputs to generate a new identity. A Generative Code will enable us to transform and apply shapes with the original data. Use of Rhino 3D + Grasshopper will let us create unique adaptive designs based on a 3D scan. 3D Printing is a technology that perfectly suits the purpose to create one- of-a-kind customised objects."
10:00-13:00 // Workshop Introduction
14:00-18:00 // Digital session, Scanning and Rhino modelling
10:00-13:00 // Hands on session, Conceptualisation
14:00-18:00 // Digital session, Design development
10:00-13:00 // Prototyping, 3d printing testing
14:00-18:00 // Prototyping, Production
10:00-13:00 // Prototyping, Production
14:00-18:00 // Production, Final Presentations
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