interfacial

Lamina 1.0

Mar 04, 2007No Comments

Software that facilitates construction of precise free-form structures from sheet material Designed by Paul Haeberli, Lamina 1.0 software facilitates the fabrication of large-scale free-form structures

Imagine Tile

Dec 20, 2006No Comments

Digital image-fired ceramic tile Imagine Tile, Inc. can take any two-dimensional image and incorporate it into the glaze of an incredibly vivid, commercially-rated ceramic tile.

ERCO Virtual Luminaires

Nov 03, 2006No Comments

Virtual luminaire models for digital lighting simulation ERCO virtual luminaires are digital fixtures that accurately predict how their real counterparts will behave. Architecture begins in

InterWall

Oct 19, 2006No Comments

Interactive holographic wall Teams need team computers: until now, working with a personal computer has only been possible for individuals. With the InterWall, it is

Body Index

Sep 22, 2006No Comments

Biomorphically-derived chair Designed by Sean Ahlquist, Body Index is intended to capture multiple body positions within a single form. The design utilizes software technology that

BL Special

Sep 18, 2006No Comments

Laminated wood composite panels for use with laser cutter Designed by Steven Holl with Nick Gelpi, Alberto Martinuzzo, and Alessandro Orsini, BL Special is a

Viaro

Aug 29, 2006No Comments

Intelligent infrastructure for power, data and display systems Designed by Danny Hillis, Bran Ferren, and Sheila Kennedy, Viaro is intended to catalyze a new generation

Digital Nature

Jul 25, 2006No Comments

Digitally-designed wallcovering Exploring new ways to reference patterning found in nature, Karim Rashid digitally generated five designs and manipulated them to resemble multiple plant, animal,

FabriLED

Jun 28, 2006No Comments

LED signage woven into flexible fabric FabriLED consists of LED-based electronics woven into cotton fabric. FabriLED is flexible, lightweight, and fully programmable. Invented by Sarnoff

CART

Apr 19, 2006No Comments

A process that creates 3D imagery of the ground subsurface The lack of accurate infrastructure mapping has resulted in the loss of billions of dollars