Hanging on the wall in the Digit office is a generative identity print featuring the Digit logo constructed from many intersecting lines. Inspired by this artwork I wanted to transform the design into a physical form using 3D printing. My initial prototype was a Scriptographer script that defined the outline of ‘D’ from a point [...]
Yes, as the title says, from the 15th of April I’ll be joining the Hi-ReS! London team. A massive thank you and farewell to Digit, it’s been a wonderful and pleasurable 2.05 years. Let the good times roll !
With the release of Forms v0.1.1 brings a small but useful update to the hexahedron module. The Sierpinski class formally named MengerSponge now accepts an additional grid parameter. The grid parameter defines how many successive mesh instances will generated at the next iteration. When used in conjunction with the holes list parameter an endless amount [...]
Recently I’ve began experimenting with 3D scanning technology, investigating the possibilities, how useful it is at its current technological state, and how it fits within our culture. Using Autodesk’s 123D Catch app as an application for digital photography I captured various architectural and sculptural objects to see how they translate from physical to digital form. [...]