Robot House faculty and researchers Brandon Kruysman (ESTm ‘11) and Jonathan Proto (ESTm ‘11) will represent SCI-Arc at this year’s Autodesk University 2012, scheduled November 27-29 in Las Vegas, Nev.
The duo will discuss their current research into collaborative robotics during the Design Computation Symposium hosted Wednesday, November 28. Their presentation will address design speculation and new methods of fabrication through the custom-built motion control and communications software plug-in for Autodesk Maya, which they developed in the SCI-Arc Robot House.
Aside from SCI-Arc, this year’s Autodesk symposium on design computation will feature a number of presentations from accomplished researchers and practitioners from companies including Buro Happold, Bemo Systems, Kreysler & Associates, and Foster+Partners. Discussions will focus on the fascinating relationship between mathematical, geometrical, and architectural form.