- 28 JanFinal presentation: Msc1 InfoMatters Design studio
- 21 JanPresentation and exhibition of the Minor 'Interactive Environments' at Science Centre Delft
- 12 JanHyperbody afternoon lecture series: Dr. Bert Bongers from the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Builiding at UTS
- 16 DecLecture Chris Kievid at Reality, Check!, the third event in the V2_AR Ecosystem series
- 29 NovExhibition of the Msc1 Nanjing Workshop (June 2010) at OostSerre at the faculty of Architecture of TU Delft
- 22 NovHyperbody invites you to enroll in the new MSc Program: Non-standard and Interactive Architecture
- 21 NovAccepted paper for FABRICATE Conference 2011 'Investigations in design and fabrication at Hyperbody'
- 12 NovLecture by Kas Oosterhuis at the Institute for Advanced Architecture in Catalonia
- 08 NovLecture Jelle Feringa at Colloquium # 18 Artificial Evolution at the Royal Academy of Art
- 05 NovDr. MarkDavid Hosale presents paper at the iDMAa Conference 2010 at Emily Carr University of Art and Design
Trimo Urban Crash
Trimo Urban Crash - the 3rd International Bi-Annual Competition for Students of Architecture and Design has received a record number of entries with some 363 projects having been submitted from 56 countries around the world. The Trimo International Competition for students of architecture and design works to encourage aspiring designers of urban space toward a bolder, more ambitious approach to and understanding of architecture; and to unite them in the ongoing search for the creative expression and transformation of the urban environment using cutting-edge materials and structural solutions. The competition ventures beyond the realm of theory by revealing the innovativeness, flexibility and effectiveness of Trimo products and solutions, by making a permanent execution of the best project in practice.
An international jury of ten experts has has selected 30 shortlisted projects. Until March 23rd, the public will get the opportunity to vote on their favourite project via the web site, www.trimo-urbancrash.com
Linked is a prototype of an interactive bench acting as a social interface targeted at young children, developed by a group of five students from Delft University of Technology (nicknamed Linked) as part of the minor Interactive Environments. The Interactive Environments Minor is a shared initiative by the faculty of Architecture and Industrial Design of the Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands). The Interactive Environments minor is a six months multidisciplinary course involving Hyperbody (A) and ID-StudioLab (ID). The minor is hosted by the Science Centre of the TU Delft in a dedicated laboratory space. http://www.interactive-environments.nl/
The Linked project proposal explores the possibilities for dynamic, interactive installation in which people and furniture engage in a mutual relationship with one other. By connecting the data and experiences that develop though this relationship between furniture and its users, the site acts as an interactive, adaptive and animate entity. The Linked project proposal aims at bringing together experimental design, CNC prototyping technologies and human-computer interaction.
iPlaygrounds. 'Linked' - Interactive Environments Minor, ID-Studiolab & Hyperbody, Fall Semester 2010, Delft University of Technology
Aadjan van der Helm, Walter Aprile (ID-Studiolab)
Chris Kievid, Owen Slootweg (Hyperbody)
Jonas Treub, Paul Eeghen, Frank Boeree, Tommie Varekamp, Victor Luijk