5/5 Dorcas Sophie Ray

Control vs. Lined Experiments circle: “pie” single cup fold: multiple cupping folds: circle control: “spork” lined spoon: short spoon control: winged spoon: control winged spoon: spoon: control spoon: rectangles: Factors affecting repeatability: Corners: I noticed that the cuts at the intersection of the oval and the rectangle sometimes had slits just by error of hand-cutting.
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Infusing Art with Technology

Blooms are animated sculptures by Stanford professor John Edmark. They are 3D printed pieces that are animated when they are illuminated by strobe lights. This makes these solid sculptures appear soft and alive. The pieces explore growth in nature using progressive rotations of ϕ and Fibonacci. John Edmark’s work explores growth in nature, from pinecones
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Exercise 5: Art and Design Inspirations

I just found out about this project by HCII called Wireality. The team has developed a system that helps VR users feel virtual objects: https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3313831.3376470 The device uses a wearable, modular spring loaded cable system that can control the force upon individual joints in the hand and arm. They can programmatically control the joints based
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Exercise 4

H. J. Yoo et al., “Wearable Lymphedema Massaging Modules: Proof of Concept using Origami-inspired Soft Fabric Pneumatic Actuators,” 2019 IEEE 16th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), Toronto, ON, Canada, 2019, pp. 950-956, doi: 10.1109/ICORR.2019.8779525. Do you have any conflict of interest in reviewing this paper? A “conflict of interest” is defined as follows: No.
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