This workshop explores feedback between skills and know how relating to traditional analog tools and processes, and digital designs visualized through holographic models. Overlaying analog tools and machinery with interactive holograms allows fabricators to visualize parts before they are made, step through sequences of machine operations, reduce production time by eliminating the need for templates and drawings and approach the accuracy of digital models without relying on expensive CNC machines. Holographic hand craft allows fabricators to intuitively interfere and engage with material in-the-making, opening up new possibilities for craftsmanship and design. The workshop will explore the design implications and opportunities of these approaches in the fabrication and assembly of an installation from hand-bent timber boards and aluminum strips.
Registration limited and required to attend.
Rhino3D wood/metal working skills desired but not required
LEADERS: Gwyllim Jahn ( FOLOGRAM ), James Pazzi (AIRBNB).
HOSTS. Andrew Wit, Time Rusterholz, Chris McAdams, Doug Bucci