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Self-Repairing Matrices

Feb 09, 2010No Comments

Self-Repairing and Sensing Matrices The fact that structural damage can go undetected in many materials means that some products are often over-engineered. However, substances that

Graphic Panels

Jan 15, 2010No Comments

Decorative surface panels with applied graphics Decorative Graphic Panels are created by a process that incorporates a translucent and/or graphic material applied to a variety

Ombrae System

Sep 29, 2009No Comments

Sculptural imaging with optical tile Ombrae System is a patent-pending computer-based image-processing system that allows for any digital image to be embedded directly into any

Dimple Halftone

Jul 12, 2009No Comments

Textured image panels Dimple Halftone is a new process intended to create a microlandscape of texture that, when viewed at different distances, can be recognized

Bubble Screen

Jun 22, 2009No Comments

Liquid-based dot-matrix display The Bubble Screen is a dot-matrix display that uses air bubbles as pixels. Developed by Eyal Burstein at Beta Tank, this display

Sensitive Floor

Jun 14, 2009No Comments

Interactive floor Sensitive Floor is an interactive video floor projection that reacts to the way people walk on it. Developed by iO Agency, this new

HyperGrills

Apr 16, 2009No Comments

Patterned cellular grill systems HyperGrill metal tiles are inspired by cellular constructions found in nature. The HyperGrill process approximates the efficiency of cellular compositions in

Flextegrity

Feb 16, 2009No Comments

Structured polyhedral geotextile Flextegrity utilizes digital geometric modeling to create structural geotextiles and dimensional meshes at a variety of scales. Interlocking polyhedral shapes are constructed

Dye-Sublimated Corian

Dec 16, 2008No Comments

Heat-based image transfer in DuPont Corian solid surface Dye-Sublimated Corian is a process by which graphic content, with the aid of computer software, is converted

Erwin Hauer Continua

Sep 07, 2008No Comments

Digitally fabricated multidimensional surfaces Erwin Hauer Continua is a series of designs for perforated and light-diffusing architectural surfaces. Originally developed in 1950, Continua screens were