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Generative Design

Author : Benedikt Gross
ISBN : 9781616897840
Genre : Art
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Generative design, once known only to insiders as a revolutionary method of creating artwork, models, and animations with programmed algorithms, has in recent years become a popular tool for designers. By using simple languages such as JavaScript in p5.js, artists and makers can create everything from interactive typography and textiles to 3D-printed furniture to complex and elegant infographics. This updated volume gives a jump-start on coding strategies, with step-by-step tutorials for creating visual experiments that explore the possibilities of color, form, typography, and images. Generative Design includes a gallery of all-new artwork from a range of international designers—fine art projects as well as commercial ones for Nike, Monotype, Dolby Laboratories, the musician Bjork, and others.

Generative Design

Author : Asterios Agkathidis
ISBN : 1780676913
Genre : Architecture
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Generating form is one of the most fundamental aspects of architectural education and practice. While new computational tools are enabling ever more unpredictable forms, critics argue that this leads to a disconnection between architectural output and its context. This attractive, pocket-sized book uses 12 different architectural projects to explore how generative design processes can integrate digital as well as physical design tools and techniques to produce innovative forms that cohere with structural and material principles, performance, and context. Illustrated with drawings, computer images, and models, this stimulating, accessible handbook of ideas provides a guide for students as well as an inspiration for practicing architects.

Grasshopper Generative Design For Architecture

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ISBN : OCLC:1117218585
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Learn how to use Grasshopper?the visual programming plugin for Rhino?as a platform for generative design.

Toward A Living Architecture

Author : Christina Cogdell
ISBN : 9781452958071
Genre : Architecture
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A bold and unprecedented look at a cutting-edge movement in architecture Toward a Living Architecture? is the first book-length critique of the emerging field of generative architecture and its nexus with computation, biology, and complexity. Starting from the assertion that we should take generative architects’ rhetoric of biology and sustainability seriously, Christina Cogdell examines their claims from the standpoints of the sciences they draw on—complex systems theory, evolutionary theory, genetics and epigenetics, and synthetic biology. She reveals significant disconnects while also pointing to approaches and projects with significant potential for further development. Arguing that architectural design today often only masquerades as sustainable, Cogdell demonstrates how the language of some cutting-edge practitioners and educators can mislead students and clients into thinking they are getting something biological when they are not. In a narrative that moves from the computational toward the biological and from current practice to visionary futures, Cogdell uses life-cycle analysis as a baseline for parsing the material, energetic, and pollution differences between different digital and biological design and construction approaches. Contrary to green-tech sustainability advocates, she questions whether quartzite-based silicon technologies and their reliance on rare earth metals as currently designed are sustainable for much longer, challenging common projections of a computationally designed and manufactured future. Moreover, in critiquing contemporary architecture and science from a historical vantage point, she reveals the similarities between eugenic design of the 1930s and the aims of some generative architects and engineering synthetic biologists today. Each chapter addresses a current architectural school or program while also exploring a distinct aspect of the corresponding scientific language, theory, or practice. No other book critiques generative architecture by evaluating its scientific rhetoric and disjunction from actual scientific theory and practice. Based on the author’s years of field research in architecture studios and biological labs, this rare, field-building book does no less than definitively, unsparingly explain the role of the natural sciences within contemporary architecture.

Generative Design Method For Lattice Structure With Hollow Struts Of Variable Wall Thickness

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ISBN : OCLC:1051943949
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Additive manufacturing technology can make products of arbitrary shapes, greatly expanding the design space of lattice structures. Compared with traditional solid lattice structures, the lattice structures with hollow struts have higher flexural strength, which arouses interests of designers recently. However, owing to the more complex shapes of structures, the model generation and design are facing more challenges. In this article, a novel generative design method for the creation of lattice structures with hollow struts is proposed. This method consists of three stages: initialization, analysis, and optimization. First of all, a ground structure is generated automatically based on initial conditions. Then, the finite element analysis is used to get the stress and coordinate information of finite element nodes as well as deformation information of the ground structure. At last, a rapid optimization method is presented based on the idea of mapping the strut equivalent stress to the strut wall thickness to optimize materials distribution. The proposed method is validated through a case study, demonstrating that this method can enhance performance of products while reducing the complexity of the optimization problem.

Fusion 360 Generative Design

Author : Thom Tremblay
ISBN : OCLC:1125807180
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Grasshopper Generative Design For Architecture

Author : Walter Zesk
ISBN : OCLC:1125907193
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Design User Experience And Usability Web Mobile And Product Design

Author : Aaron Marcus
ISBN : 9783642392535
Genre : Computers
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The four-volume set LNCS 8012, 8013, 8014 and 8015 constitutes the proceedings of the Second International Conference on Design, User Experience, and Usability, DUXU 2013, held as part of the 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2013, held in Las Vegas, USA in July 2013, jointly with 12 other thematically similar conferences. The total of 1666 papers and 303 posters presented at the HCII 2013 conferences was carefully reviewed and selected from 5210 submissions. These papers address the latest research and development efforts and highlight the human aspects of design and use of computing systems. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the entire field of Human-Computer Interaction, addressing major advances in knowledge and effective use of computers in a variety of application areas. The total of 282 contributions included in the DUXU proceedings were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in this four-volume set. The 83 papers included in this volume are organized in the following topical sections: DUXU in business and the enterprise, designing for the Web experience; product design; information and knowledge design and visualisation; and mobile applications and services.

Design For Additive Manufacturing

Author : Martin Leary
ISBN : 9780128168875
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Design for Additive Manufacturing is a complete guide to design tools for the manufacturing requirements of AM and how they can enable the optimization of process and product parameters for the reduction of manufacturing costs and effort. This timely synopsis of state-of-the-art design tools for AM brings the reader right up-to-date on the latest methods from both academia and industry. Tools for both metallic and polymeric AM technologies are presented and critically reviewed, along with their manufacturing attributes. Commercial applications of AM are also explained with case studies from a range of industries, thus demonstrating best-practice in AM design. Covers all the commonly used tools for designing for additive manufacturing, as well as descriptions of important emerging technologies Provides systematic methods for optimizing AM process selection for specific production requirement Addresses design tools for both metallic and polymeric AM technologies Includes commercially relevant case studies that showcase best-practice in AM design, including the biomedical, aerospace, defense and automotive sectors

Generative Design

Author : Golan Levin
ISBN : 1903450470
Genre : Computers
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Hotwiring Photoshop with code will kick it into life, or into oblivion. This book shows how designers explore external generative tools then introduce that content into Photoshop--a package with which everyone is familiar. Photoshop is used by designers and artists working in all fields. This book (together with the others in the set) shows how design gurus push the tool beyond its perceived limits.

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