Having finalized the design of my Imposing Speaker, it was time to begin building it. The finished product was to be made of brown foam and sprayed with flat gray automotive primer; this class was about exploring the form, so there was no need to use colors or other finishes.
You are reading Part 4 of this Imposing Model Project. Feel free to start at the beginning, or see the previous part here. Now that I had an adjective, a noun, and a handful of rough hand sketches, it was time for me to start working through some concepts in 3D, so I started up […]
This post is Part 3 of this Imposing Model Project. Feel free to start at the beginning, or see the last part here. Once we had sufficiently fleshed out the form based only on our adjective, it was time to be given the noun, the actual object we would be designing. For this project, we […]
This post is Part 2 of this Imposing Model Project. Feel free to start at the beginning, or see the next part here. Once I had selected the adjective “imposing,” I had to start exploring the word with both 2D and 3D sketches. I went about this with three different techniques: hand sketches, CAD sketches, […]
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Watching this was easily the best 10 minutes of my day today. It is pretty mesmerizing to see the absolute chaos that comes from such a tiny little bullet. I like the ballistics gel shots the best.
October 8, 2009 at 7:43 pm | Blog | No comment
This has to be one of the first “CAD Demonstrations” in history, and it is pretty amazing what could be done with 1963 computer technology (actually the rig they are on was built in 1958, predating the microchip). From the description, this video depicts: …the software Ivan Sutherland developed in his 1963 thesis at MIT’s […]