FITC Amsterdam 2016
DesignInspireWeb Dev
  • 2016-02-22 00:00:00 2016-02-23 00:00:00 America/Toronto FITC Amsterdam 2016 Amsterdam FITC
  • Amsterdam

Presentation

Overview

Jessica will dissect her attempts to mash-up biology, architecture, computer science and fashion. From futuristic dresses generated from body scans and made entirely by robots to algorithmic studies of mutant plants and coral. This talk will take your through some of the projects she has created over the last 9 years at her design studio, Nervous System, while examining the possibilities and challenges of digital fabrication and raising questions about the future of design, fashion and manufacturing.

Objective

An exploration of the intersection of art, science and technology where generative design and digital fabrication are changing the way we create

Target Audience

Designers, makers, creative coders, etc

Five things audience members will learn

  1. How can nature serve as a paradigm for better design software?
  2. What happens when a biologist/architect and a mathematician/computer scientist collaborate?
  3. What do flowers, leaves and sea slugs have in common?
  4. What are the possibilities and challenges of 3D printing?
  5. What is 4D printing?