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Man-Machine Collaboration

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The research presents a design and assembly process that focuses on man-machine collaboration. The goal is interweaving the material system with the computational design tool via machine sensing and a robotic assembly process. Therefore utilize manual manipulated building components as inputs.

Parametric modeling software is removed from the front end of the design process. The designers engaged with wooden lamellas as design interface. Exploring design opportunities were conducted by scrutinizing the material properties (such as bending behavior) of these physical elements. The relevant design features of the building components were extracted.

The research suggests a collaborative process between humans and machines. The use of building components that does not have to end with the construction of one possible configuration but can rather be an ongoing process of constant temporality.

 

Seminar WS 2016/17

Project leader: Bastian Wibranek, MA

Students: Daniela Hoffmann, Mira Bellersheim, Lufeng Zhu, Canci Ayse Duygu, Nazire Karakurt, Eleni Kelefi, Martin Knoll, Samim Mehdizadeh

 

Man-Machine co-working for rod stacking and lamella placement.

The process diagram.

The process diagram.

Kinect mounted to Universal Robot 10 for 3D-scanning

Kinect mounted to Universal Robot 10 for 3D-scanning

The lamella orientation and distribution can be changed by the user via a computational interface.

The lamella orientation and distribution can be changed by the user via a computational interface.

The planes to place the rods are derived form digital designed lamellas.

The planes to place the rods are derived form digital designed lamellas.

Path simulation of the robotic process.

Path simulation of the robotic process.

Augmented man and machine collaboration.

Augmented man and machine collaboration.

One of the last lamellas being placed.

One of the last lamellas being placed.

 

 

 

 

 

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