Material systems: The emergence of material systems through anticipation of material properties

Bohnenberger, S, Davis, D and Khoo, C 2013, 'Material systems: The emergence of material systems through anticipation of material properties' in Jane Burry (ed.) Designing the dynamic : high-performance sailing and real-time feedback in design, Melbourne Books, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 58-63.


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Title Material systems: The emergence of material systems through anticipation of material properties
Author(s) Bohnenberger, S
Davis, D
Khoo, C
Year 2013
Title of book Designing the dynamic : high-performance sailing and real-time feedback in design
Publisher Melbourne Books
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Editor(s) Jane Burry
Start page 58
End page 63
Subjects Architectural Design
Architectural Science and Technology (incl. Acoustics, Lighting, Structure and Ecologically Sustainable Design)
Digital and Interaction Design
Summary The Material Systems team in the Designing the Dynamic workshop developed a novel method for sensing, sim.ulating and representing material responses to external stimuli. The approach of embedding capacitive sensors into material models was developed to improve material performance-based design, and could be generalised to other design explorations. The method was applied during the workshop to verify the potential for sensing and visualising material properties as a contribution to design iteration and to establish a material awareness early on in the design process. The outcome is a method for anticipating material behaviour early in the design process using measured data.
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