Spring 2012 GSAPP Visual Study: Living Architecture
Memofoam was a part of david benjamin’s living architecture visual studies research continuum where students at the GSAPP speculate the possibilities for interactivity in the built environment. Our project tried to create an ephemeral interactive sculpture of flying helium foam controlled with Arduino using Processing code. The vision for the project is a field of small deployable elements, whereas for the final we constructed one working prototype of the module. Props to amazing group: Katerina, Olga, Mary and Sergey.
video of our various prototypes: