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Adaptive Bloom by Esben Skouboe Poulsen
October 18, 2010, 2:43 pm
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‘Adaptive Bloom’ by Justin Goodyer of the Bartlett School of Architecture is a reactive facade driven by servos and a computer vision systems. Moving mechanical components were individually produced as single SLS prints at the Bartlett’s Digital Manufacturing Centre. The project evolved through more than 40 physical prototypes in Diploma Unit 23 with tutors Bob Sheil and Emmanuel Vercruyesse in 2008-09, and was later developed as a fully responsive system on the Certificate in Advanced Architectural Research under the tutelage of Ruairi Glynn.

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