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    FormZ Final...

    By koboldstudios
    Dec 21, '06 6:34 PM EST

    Wow. The semester ended so quickly, yet not nearly as quickly enough. It's like i needed another week but was going to pop if kept staying up until 4+ AM. I am waiting to document my final model and post it up here. Until then, here is my FormZ final.

    This project was more of an exercise in the program than means to create a habitable space. Our direction was to take a model and pursue an abstraction in the digital realm. We had a series of functions to perform on the model.

    Create and envelope (wrap) for the project.
    - Fenestrate the object.
    - Create central spine.
    - Slice the object into 20 different slices.
    - Remove 7 sections.
    -Take 3 sections/slices and alter their geometry and multiply them. Make sure all objects are all intersecting.
    -Reposition the envelope.
    -Develop an effective structure or structural diagram.

    That said, i took a variation of a tensegrity model and brought it in to the digital domain. Here is the product:

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