The Development of Bow. Project Overview: Bow. is an interactive silicone robotic display. The display utilizes a camera to detect a user’s hand (wave) and, when a hand is present, reacts to the user. The display’s reaction is a mix between a wave and a bow. Project Objectives: The objective of our project was to
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Art and Design Inspirations

Another Generosity, designed 2018 by Eero Lundén, Ron Aasholm, and Carmen Lee of Lundén Architecture Company, in collaboration with Bergent, BuroHappold Engineering, and Aalto University (Courtesy of the designers) This is one of the pieces from an exhibition I found while visiting the Philadelphia Museum in 2018. The name of the exhibition is “design for
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Exercise: Reading, Searching, and Skimming_ Xiaofan

1. Closed structure soft robotic gripper Pedro P.; Ananda C.; Rafael P.B.; Carlos A.R.; Alexandre B.C. Closed structure soft robotic gripper. IEEE International Conference on Soft Robotics, July 2018. doi:10.1177/0278364914543793. 2. Bubble casting soft robotics Trevor J. Jones, Etienne Jambon-Puillet, Joel Marthelot, and P.-T. Brun. Bubble casting soft robotics. Nature, 599(7884):229–233, November 2021. doi:10.1038/s41586-021-04029-6. 3. Bioinspired locomotion and grasping
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