generative modeling for Rhino
Time: October 21, 2012 all day
Location: California College of the Arts
Street: 1111 8th St.
City/Town: San Francisco
Website or Map: http://2012.acadia.org/worksh…
Event Type: workshops, conference
Organized By: ACADIA / Jason Kelly Johnson
Latest Activity: Oct 6, 2012
These one-day intensive workshops at ACADIA 2012 / CCA San Francisco will provide a platform for students and professionals in the design disciplines to explore cutting-edge technologies in a hands-on workshop setting. The workshops are open to the public.
Date: Sunday, Oct 21 (8:30am - 5:30pm)
Workshop Location: CCA San Francisco
Instructors: Edmund Harriss with David Celento, Brian Lockyear
Synopsis: This workshop will be collaboratively taught by both mathematicians and architects exploring what happens when "Form Follows Functions". (Grasshopper)
Instructors: Brandon Kruysman and Jonathan Proto (SCI-Arc)
Synopsis: Instructors will be bringing their 5-axis Staubli TX60L robot up from the SCI-Arc Robot House. They will lead a hands-on workshop focused on its technical and creative applications. (Maya based)
Instructors: Andrew Kudless (Matsys) and Andrew Heumann (NBBJ)
Synopsis: Case Studies in Parametric Design - The use of precedents in the design process has been driven by their transformative potential. (Grasshopper based)
Instructors: Michael Shiloh, Ripon DeLeon and Jason Kelly Johnson (Future Cities Lab)
Synopsis: The Robotic Prototypes workshop will explore the use of Grasshopper, Firefly and Arduino as creative and technical tools in the design, simulation and prototyping of intelligent building skins.
Synopsis: The objective of this workshop is to help participants develop appropriate design strategies using advanced computational tools based on the DesignScript language.
Instructors: Nathan Miller (C.A.S.E.)
Synopsis: The workshop will introduce users to Python-based automation and generative techniques for Conceptual Modeling in Revit and Vasari.
Instructors: Sandoval, Faichney, de Monchaux (UC Berkeley)
Synopsis: This workshop will introduce a design process that implements Finches and the LocalCode components, a suite of tools for working with GIS data in Rhino/Grasshopper.