Visualize and animate with Motion Capture Data and 3D Studio Max
Taught by Sumbul Khan & Akash Vibhute | 5-7 PM, Wednesday August 17 | 1.611 ASD Computer Lab
Ever wondered how computer generated characters look so life-like in animation films?
With motion capture systems, designers can digitize and recreate finely nuanced motion of humans, animals and objects. Current technology in motion capture systems offer comprehensive and precise […]
Create micro and nano – natural surface patterns with bench-top PDMS molding
Taught by Professor Hong Yee Low | 5-7 PM, Thursday August 11 | Teaching Lab 2.614-2.615
What makes a gecko’s feet so sticky? Or the butterflies colors so vivid?
In nature, fine-geometrical patterns produces an amazing diversity of functions in the nature. With the emergence of nano-scale imaging procedures, materials, and fabrication techniques, researchers and designers alike have the ability to recreate these structures: to better understand their properties, or […]
Learn the basics of high and low tech metal 3-D printing.
Taught by: Kenneth Teo
Desktop 3D printers and open-source design software allow anyone to make, customized objects: but these designs limited to plastics, and low-production prototyping. On the other hand, metal 3D printing, though less well-known, will soon emerge as a way to manufacturing production grade products in the near future.
In this […]
Introduction to bio-inspired design computing with Grasshopper 3D
Taught by Mark Tam| 5-7 PM, Thursday July 21st | First Floor IDC Space
Audience: Anyone interested in 3-D printing, structural or architectural design, bio-inspired design
This Thursday, July 21st, DManD CodeKitchen is hosting its 4th Kitchen: Evolutionary Structures: Introduction to bio-inspired design computing with Grasshopper 3-D. Participants will learn how to use basic genetic algorithm-based optimization methods to generate and visualize design alternatives.
The activity will cover […]
Speaker| Prof. Shlomo Magdassi, Professor of Chemistry, Casali Center for Applied Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel 91904.
Date| 18 July 2016, Monday
Time| 1100 – 1200
Venue| Think Tank 20, Building 2, Level 3 (2.305)
What| Design Competition for Space Habitats
Who| Everyone! (all education levels, backgrounds, and skill levels are welcome to participate) Limited to 20 people ONLY!
Where| SUTD Cohort Classroom 13, 2.506
When| 18th – 20th July 2016, 1pm – 5pm
Why| Amazing Prizes *Team Prizes: 1st Prize: SGD 1200; 2nd Prize: SGD 800; 3rd Prize: SGD 500
A Space-focused design competition with leading professionals from the Space Industry! […]
Mixing together new ideas, design concepts, and tools, drawn from computer and materials science, engineering, architecture, the humanities, arts, and social sciences, DManD CodeKitchen is organizing it’s first series of “kitchens” as part of the SUTD Digital Manufacturing and Design and (DManD) Centre’s mission to create the future frontiers of digital design and manufacturing.
Taught by Dr. Paul Mignone | 5-7 PM, Wednesday, 15 June 2016 | […]
Title| Synthesis of High-Quality Two-Dimensional Materials for New Functional Devices
Speaker| Dr Hao Yufeng, Associate Research Scientist, Columbia Nano Initiative and Department of Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University, New York, United States.
Two-dimensional (2D) materials, such as graphene, hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), topological insulators (TIs), and the more recent silicene and germanene, etc., have stable crystalline structures and unique electronic properties, […]
Title| Mechanics of Soft Materials and Structures
Speaker| Professor Shaoxing Qu, Department of Engineering Mechanics, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou China 310027.
Dielectric elastomer (DE) as one kind of electroactive polymers, has attracted extensive studies in the field of smart materials and structures, due to its superior properties, such as voltage-induced large deformation, fast response, quiet operation, high energy density, light weight and low cost. […]