Friday, July 22, 2016

Project for a Multipurpose Cultural Center in the city of Matera (Italy)

 
New Fundamentals Research Group is a team of Italian architects and academics coordinated by Professor Giuseppe Fallacara. The team is affiliated to the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture (DICAR) of the Polytechnic University of Bari, and develops research projects which deal with the relationship between innovation and tradition in Architecture.

Professor Fallacara students from the 3rd year course in Architectural Design (Master Degree in Architecture - Polytechnic University of Bari), with the support of tutors Maurizio Barberio and Micaela Colella, have been developing different proposals for an architectural design project for the city of Matera. They've put together a video to summarize the outcomes of their projects.

The goal was to simulate the activity of a large architecture practice, involved in the design of a public building, which generally requires the contribution of a large number of architects and designers. Each group had to deliver a design proposal, a rapid prototyped model, an article about their own project and the relative part of the final video. The project concerns a new Multipurpose Cultural Center, a contribution from students in form of new urban and architectural ideas for the city of Matera, which has been selected as European Cultural Capital for 2019. To model their architectures, they have been using mostly Rhino and Grasshopper.
 
 
 
 
 

Silvereye - PSO-based solver


Silvereye is an optimization add-on component for Rhino’s Grasshopper.
It is dedicated for single-objective searches and can be used for solving complex, real-world optimization problems in the design space.

Silvereye is based on the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) algorithm, a member of Swarm Intelligence family of methods. PSO is a type of a biological system inspired by the social behaviors of flocking birds and schooling fish. The individuals in the swarm, the particles, interact and learn from one another to find the optimal solution.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

AAG workshop: Optimize this!


Optimize this! revolves around using different optimization tools in Grasshopper, Goat, and SuMO. This 2-day workshop (September 9-10) is taught by Thomas Wortmann, Aloysius Lian, and Dimitry Demin. It's just one of the workshops at the upcoming Advanced Architectural Geometry 2016 (AAG) in Zurich, Switzerland.

AAG is a symposium revolving around geometry and the architectural design process. It presents both theoretical and practical work of new geometrical developments, and the diverse components of contemporary architecture. Participants include architects, engineers, mathematicians, software designers, and contractors.

Other workshops will be presented in the days preceding the conference, covering elements of modeling, structural design, scripting, virtual reality, and additive manufacturing.

Dates
AAG Workshops: September 9-11
AAG Conference: September 11-13



Starfish: New Grasshopper add-on for parametric generation of various patterns



The Starfish plug-in allows parametric generation of various patterns. It focuses on 2D tessellations and can be used to create structural systems based on topological interlocking principle.

Commands included:
  • Tessellation. Main component for 2D pattern generation that is based on numerical representation of polygons as the input. For example '4.8' will result in a tessellation composed of squares and octagons.
  • TI_Block, CurvedBlock, SharpBlock. Generation of 3D interlocked blocks from closed planar polylines.
  • Maze, MazeRandom, Ornament. Components for creating maze-looking patterns.
  • DualPreview. Component for custom preview of breps using separate colors for brep surfaces and its wireframe.
  • Map2dToSurface. Mapping of two-dimensional curves onto a surface with optional inputs of rotation angle or scaling factors in {x} or {y} directions.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

See Fabric for Rhino/Unreal at SIGGRAPH





Fabric Software is presenting Fabric for Unreal Engine at SIGGRAPH 2016, Tuesday July 26th, 2 pm. The focus is getting data from Rhino and into Unreal Engine.

Fabric explains, "Unreal is a great engine for visualization and VR but there are headaches around getting AEC data into Unreal. This session shows a complete pipeline for getting data (including materials) from Rhino into Unreal."



Monday, July 18, 2016

3D printed glass - Beautiful!


The Mediated Matter group at MIT Media Lab is expanding the potential of additive manufacturing and 3D printing.

The research group, a collaboration between MIT and Harvard University, has built an additive manufacturing machine that extrudes molten glass. Neri Oxman, the MIT Media Lab director, and her team have used the technique to produce a wide range of vases and bowls. But Oxman emphasizes that the new glass-printing technology could be valuable for components in architectural design and building systems.

More details in the online Journal of the American Institute of Architects...

Job opening for a full professorship in Aachen (Germany)

 
The Faculty of Architecture at the RWTH Aachen University is looking for a creative, high potential researcher with Rhino/Grasshopper knowledge and the potential to develop creative software interfaces for a full professorship at the interface between architecture and engineering.

The deadline for application is August 15.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Crystal texture in jewelry


Inspired by nature, Allegra Crespi and Martin Griswold for NVM Design, are using both new and traditional technology to create jewelry.

Using lichen as their core inspiration, they first scanned the lichen, then digitally manipulated it to fit their visions.

The second element is a crystal texture, generated with the help of Python scripting in Rhino. NVM Design explores different versions of the complicated crystal texture until they get it "just right", without needing to manually composing each design option. The finished textures are incredibly distinct.

Every piece is 3D printed, then hand finished by local artisans in New York City.

Read more in the Shapeways article ....

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

KUBRIX-Geo plug-in for Rhino 5



The KUBRIX-Geo mesh generator is an Itasca Consulting Group software product used to build models for hexahedral and tetrahedal meshing in numerical analysis.

Although built for the demanding geometrical requirements of petroleum and mining geomechanics, this unique automatic grid generator is also used by design engineers and researchers in the civil, automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, biomedical, and electronics industries.

You can launch KUBRIX-Geo directly from Rhino.

Features:
  • Interactive solid-based mapped hexahedral meshing.
  • Interactive solid-based convex block decomposition for specific use with Itasca's 3DEC polyhedral DEM/Continuum analysis product.
  • Automatic all-hexahedral meshing based on KUBRIX fuzzy-logic block decomposition.
  • Automatic tetrahedral / hexahedral meshing.
  • Automatic octree meshing.
  • Hybrid and multi-scale meshing combining far field and near field meshes with interfaces and joints.
Input format:
STL (closed, manifold, or non-manifold triangular mesh) or Rhino solids (topological hexahedra, prisms, or tetrahedra).

Output format:
ANSYS, ABAQUS, FLAC3D, 3DEC.


Tuesday, July 12, 2016

D+O+F Universidad Veritas - San José, Costa Rica






Register for the Rhino D+O+F - Design Optimization & Fabrication workshop, organized by Universidad Veritas in San José, Costa Rica.

Course Description:
In this class you'll learn to create and edit accurate free-form 3D NURBS models. This fast-moving class covers most of Rhino's functionality, including the most advanced surfacing commands. Also, this workshop will give students a functional understanding of Grasshopper and Parametric design. This will allow them to build on this understanding into more advanced projects of their own. The class also covers information on fabrication techniques with RP or laser machines and optimization and fabrication using RhinoCAM for CNC machines.
Details...


Space is limited!!!

Instructor: Andres Gonzalez, worldwide director RhinoFabStudio.
Date: August 22 - 26
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Location: Universidad Veritas - San José, Costa Rica

To register contact Robert Garita or call (506) 2246-4866.


What is a RhinoFabStudio? RhinoFabStudio (fabrication studio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.

Basilica Gospe od Otoka in Solin, Croatia


The stunning design and construction of the Basilica Gospe od Otoka (Solin, Croatia) is by Vyonyx Architecture, an architectural design and research office based in the UK, Croatia, and France.

Vyonyx used Rhinoceros and VisualARQ to realise this non-standard design and maintain BIM data throughout the process. VisualARQ objects were especially useful in creating the curved walls of the Basilica. The designers could freely explore window positions and dimensions without needing to reconstruct the model repeatedly, all the while automatically generating the 2D documentation of every iteration.

The project is currently under construction. See more pictures of this project at the VisualARQ gallery.

Images provided by Vladin Petrov - Vyonyx

Monday, July 11, 2016

Rhino & Grasshopper workshops in LA


SomewhereSomething has announced their summer series of workshops. Take a look at their line-up:


All workshops will be held at:
SomewhereSomething
530 South Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Questions? Call (213) 986-7663


Friday, July 8, 2016

Waterman Polyhedra now supports Rhino for Mac


The Waterman Polyhedra plug-in for both Rhino 5 for Windows and Rhino 5 for Mac lets you create Waterman Polyhedrons.

A Waterman polyhedron is created by packing spheres, according to cubic close packing (CCP), then sweeping away the spheres that are farther from the center than a defined radius, then creating the convex hull of the resulting pack of spheres.

Some Waterman polyhedra create Platonic solids and Archimedean solids.

Waterman Polyhedra provides both a Rhino plug-in and a Grasshopper add-on.

Waterman Polyhedra is free!


Thursday, July 7, 2016

Rhino DOF training, August 8-12





Rhino DOF - Rhino Design Optimization & Fabrication 

August 8-12, 2016
Irvine, CA

Join RhinoFabStudio Director, Andres Gonzalez, for a week-long DOF workshop. In this hands-on, intensive class attendees will learn to create and edit accurate free-form 3D NURBS models. This fast-moving class covers most of Rhino's functionality, including the most advanced surfacing commands. This workshop will also give participants a functional understanding of Grasshopper and parametric design. This will allow them to build on this understanding into more advanced projects of their own. The class also covers information on fabrication techniques with RP or laser machines and optimization and fabrication using RhinoCAM for CNC machines. Details...


Seats are limited, register today!


Date: August 8-12, 2016
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price: US$995
Location: Laguna Tools, Irvine, CA

Questions? Contact Jody Mills at (206) 634-4571.





What is a RhinoFabStudio? RhinoFabStudio (fabrication studio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.

CITA and gmp/aac offer two PhD scholarships in Computation in Design




CITA (Centre for Information Technology and Architecture) and gmp/aac are collaborating to offer two 3-year industrial PhD scholarships in Computation in Design.

The aim is to create an in-house knowledge base of advanced computation and BIM (Building Information Modelling) informed by the existing gmp design practice and culture. The goal is to create knowledge and practice examples of how existing barriers in the vertical integration of BIM in the phases of initial design conception and further in-house and collaborative development with external partners. The PhDs will investigate how new web based digital platforms and advances in optimization and machine learning create novel avenues of creative processes.

The PhDs will be embedded into the gmp/aac design practice, using existing design projects as situated research cases. They will be academically supervised by CITA.

Candidates should have a strong knowledge of BIM design paradigms and the wider computational design framework, as well as experience of a large architectural office practice. Candidates will spend their time 50/50 between CITA and gmp/aac.

The deadline for application is Monday 1st of August 2016 at noon.




CITA | Centre for Information Technology and Architecture
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation
Philip de Langes Allé 10 / Postal address: Takkelloftsvej 2
1435 Copenhagen K
Denmark
tel +45 4170 1500 / direct +45 41701731


Warka Water prototype at the Biennale Architettura 2016 - Venezia (Italy)


The awarded project Warka Water can now be seen at the Biennale Architettura 2016, the 15th International Architecture Exhibition organized by La Biennale di Venezia.

A full-scale prototype for a Warka Water, assembled on site in the Arsenale, was unveiled at the Biennale Architettura 2016 on Thursday May 26. A scale model 1:10 and 3 documentaries are also displayed showing the work that has been done: the installation of a pilot test prototype in Ethiopia, 1 year ago, and the future expansion of Warka Warka in 2 other regions, Colombia and Indonesia.

Rhino and Grasshopper were used from the early stages of the project. You can visit the exhibition and Warka Water until Sunday November 27, 2016.



Monday, July 4, 2016

Simply Rhino presenting at New Designers exhibition - July 8, London (UK)


3D Printing: Design Freedom
Business Design Centre, London, N1
Friday July 8, 2016
11:45 am - 12:30 pm


Simply Rhino will be joining the Knowledge Transfer Network at New Designers (UK most important exhibition for emerging design) on Friday July 8 as part of the '3D Printing: Design Freedom ' discussion.

The talk session they are contributing to is chaired by Louise Jones from the Knowledge Transfer Network and will feature Nick Grace (Adams Watt), Duncan Fitzsimons (7th Design & Invention) and Rees Calder (My Mini Factory) as well as Simply Rhino's Grasshopper trainer Arthur Mamou-Mani.

Tangential Dreams: an architectural installation for the Burning Man Festival 2016 - Kickstarter campaign


Mamou-Mani has launched the Kickstarter project Tangential Dreams, an architectural installation for the Burning Man festival 2016 and a statement for a new kind of Architecture in which the Architect is also the Maker. Tangential Dreams is a 30-foot high twisting tower with thin wooden tangent swaying in the wind with inspiring sentences written by people around the world.

Throughout the process algorithms maximize inexpensive materials such as timber or bio-plastic. Digital models (Rhino and Grasshopper) are linked with fabrication tools such as LaserCut and 3D Printers to improve the design and make the project possible.

You can back this project in exchange for different rewards (among them, a video tutorial and private classes on parametric design by Arthur Mamou-Mani himself).

The Kickstarter campaign is ending on July 21st. Check it out now!


Friday, July 1, 2016

AA Visiting School Amazon: Digital Vernacular, August 2016

Infrared thermography of a non-vernacular roof type



Lake Mamori, Amazonas
22-28 August, 2016

After studying the impact of the recent arrival of electricity on the small community of Mamori Lake, this year’s edition explores how these changes can inform a new type of vernacular architecture that deals with this new electrified reality and is highly adapted to the rain forest environment. Through the use of biomimicry principles, digital measuring devices, data gathering and analysis, and digital design tools, participants will propose a new type of "maison tropical digital” that directly responds to the new needs of the area inhabitants, while preparing them for the imminent digital revolution.

About the workshop:
The workshop takes place in a simple but comfortable wooden lodge by the Mamori lake shore, in the middle of the Amazon rain forest. The initial exploratory days of analysis and data collection offer the participants the possibility to discover the astonishing Amazon ecosystem and interact with the local communities. Social, mythological, economical, and natural environments will be overlaid to discover emerging patterns that could inform the design process. The strategies of some plants, insects and animals will be studied to trace parallels between nature and architecture. 

Read more...

Eligibility:
The workshop is open to current architecture and design students, PhD candidates and young professionals.

Applications:
  • Complete the online application found under ‘Links and Downloads’ on the AA Visiting School page. If you’re unable to use the online application, email visitingschool@aaschool.ac.uk for instructions to pay by bank transfer.
  • Once you complete the online application and make a full payment, you are registered to the program. A CV or a portfolio is not required.
  • The deadline for applications is 8 August 2016.


Thursday, June 30, 2016

3D Printing Plugin


3YOURMIND is pleased to announce their updated 3D Printing Plugin for Rhino.

This plug-in connects Rhino to a variety of 3D printing services inclusive 3D optimization and analysis capability.

Overview

This plug-in installs 3YOURMIND's 3D Printing Plugin in Rhino. After clicking on the command, you can repair and analyze your model, scale it, choose your material and compare prices of different 3D printing services.

Features
  • One-click upload
  • Shows prices from different 3D printing services
  • Model repair function
  • Wall thickness analysis (for small models)
  • Download of the repaired file (STL)
  • Secure file transfer with SSL


APX+ 201.6 Workshop - July 14-18, Burgas (Bulgaria)


APX+ 201.6 Workshop
July 14-18, 2016
Business Incubator
Burgas, Bulgaria


APX+ workshop started in 2011 as the first event in Bulgaria for parametric design, advanced modeling and manufacturing in architecture.

APX+ 201.6 is the sixth edition, continuing the trend of creation of practical knowledge to use the software Rhinoceros and Grasshopper. The basic seminar is two days, followed by two more days of advanced seminar learning how to model complex NURBS models. Students will create parametric definitions generating practical objects.

This intensive workshop covers most of the functionality of Rhinoceros and Grasshopper, and will expose some methods for working with plug-ins to both programs. Issues such as BIM modeling in Rhinoceros, visualization, import / export of a geometry, and real project tasks will be explained.

On the fifth day, APX+ continues with real workshop practice in which students explore digital production methods with computer-controlled machines and their relationship with digital modeling. The aim will be the creation of a real prototype at a real scale. There will then be one more day for the official opening to present the finished projects and for diploma ceremony.

This workshop is organized and financed by the Municipality of Burgas, with the logistic support of Varna Design Forum.


IrisVR Prospect plug-in


IrisVR published a new plug-in to export Grasshopper files (and Rhino files by extension) to OBJ format, which IrisVR Prospect supports.

Create your own virtual reality experiences for architecture, engineering, construction, and design in seconds. Use the Grasshopper plug-in to launch IrisVR Prospect, visualize data and review your parametric design in VR using the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive.

This plug-in can export surfaces, meshes and BReps, apply a material and set a layer for each object. Read the materials from the Rhino file in use or create the materials from scratch using the Human components for Grasshopper.

To get started, create an account on IrisVR, download the plug-in and visit the support page with information about the system and software requirements and the instructions on how to use our components.

IrisVR would like to hear from you! If you have any feedback that you would like to share, please visit IrisVR's Grasshopper forum.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

D+O+F Universidad Piloto de Colombia






Register for the Rhino DOF - Rhino Design Optimization & Fabrication training by ARTC specialist, Ovidio Cardona, and RhinoFabStudio worldwide director, Andres Gonzalez. Organized by Facultad de Arquitectura y Artes at Universidad Piloto de Colombia.


Course Description

In this class you'll learn to create and edit accurate free-form 3D NURBS models. This fast-moving class covers most of Rhino's functionality, including the most advanced surfacing commands. Also, this workshop will give students a functional understanding of Grasshopper and parametric design. This will allow them to build on this understanding into more advanced projects of their own. The class also covers information on fabrication techniques with RP or laser machines and optimization and fabrication using RhinoCAM and
RhinoCAM-NEST for CNC machines.

Details...


Space is limited!!!


Date: August 26, 27, 29, 30, 31
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Fee: 
Students and Teachers US$195. Register here! *
Professionals US$395. Register here!

Location: 
Universidad Piloto
Bogotá, Colombia
Sede D, Laboratorio de Expresión - Piso 1 
Carrera 9 # 45 A - 44



For information or to register call McNeel Miami +(305) 5134445
or email Jackie Nasser jackie@mcneel.com

*Students/Teachers can purchase a Rhino Windos License at ½ price.

What is a RhinoFabStudio? RhinoFabStudio (fabrication studio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Clayoo 2.0 possibilities - Robot Tutorial


TDM Solutions SLU has put together a nice 5-part tutorial series on modeling a robot using Clayoo 2.0.

Part 1Belly, chest, and pelvis
Part 2Arms
Part 3Legs, screws, and joins
Part 4Neck, head, and helmet
Part 5Mask and eyes


 

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Rhino Level 2 Training at McNeel Miami in July



Register for the Rhino Level 2 Training by McNeel Miami, home of RhinoFabStudio.

Date: July 25 - 27, 2016


Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Location: 
McNeel Miami
1538 NW 89th Court
Miami, FL 33172
United States


Space is limited!!!... Register here!


For more information please contact Jackie Nasser or call 305 513-4445.

What is a RhinoFabStudio? RhinoFabStudio (fabrication studio) is a small-scale digital workshop, certified by McNeel, with an array of Rhino and Rhino compatible software and computer controlled tools and training. These tools cover the various leading-edge industrial methods and materials needed to design, analyze, and fabricate almost anything.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Free jewelry models from Cadwax

For each of the next 20 weeks, Cadwax is releasing a free jewelry model, to showcase their plug-in for Rhino.

These models are fully closed and ready to 3D print.

The first model is a rub-over dress ring.



Thursday, June 16, 2016

Kangaroo 2.0 -- Now out of the pouch and available for testing!

Daniel Piker announced the first public work-in-progress (WIP) version of the new Kangaroo.

Engineers and designers use the Kangaroo plug-in inside Grasshopper for interactive simulation, form generation, optimization, and analysis of structural components and constraint introspection.

This is a complete ground-up rewrite of both the core solver and all interface components, with several key improvements for a more powerful and flexible Kangaroo. (Joey grew up.)
  • Greatly improved stability and convergence speed, overcoming previous limitations on stiffness values.
  • The old Force objects have been replaced with Goals. These encompass forces, loads, and constraints in a single simple system.
  • Goal types for many new applications such as areas, length clamping, length and angle snapping, collinearity, coplanarity, symmetry constraints, rigid body assemblies, plasticity, and more ...
  • Creating goals is now simpler than ever. New goals can be added quickly as needed. New custom goals can be written in the Grasshopper scripting components and changed while the solver is still running.
  • Several of the more awkward and annoying aspects of the old interface have been improved: No need to reset when goals are added, removed, or changed. No need to flatten the goals input. No need to keep starting and stopping the timer.
  • Direct dragging and anchoring of points in the Rhino viewports with the new Grab tool.
  • The solver library is now separate from the Grasshopper components. Power users and developers now have more direct control and customization. 
For more information see Daniel Piker's videos.

*The fine print: This is a WIP. There are still bugs and missing features.

AAVSDXB 3.0 Workshop - July 10-25, Dubai (UAE)

AAVSDXB 3.0
Expocity 2020: Articulate Performance
July 10-25 2016

Dubai, UAE

AA Visiting School Dubai returns this summer to Dubai, UAE. The workshop will focus on instigating a design-build culture within the 3-week workshop. Participants will work with global experts in the field of hyper-active hybrid tensile structures. Feedback loops of computer simulation and analogue prototyping will be the central theme of the workshop, a process aided with cutting edge digital tools for simulation and fabrication.

In this third iteration, AA Visiting School Dubai (AAVSDXB) will investigate novel means of engaging the public within the site of the Expo 2020. The group will elaborate on the methods used to perceive form, space and affect within the ephemeral architecture of the event.

In response to the Expo's vision of 'Connectivity, Mobility and Sustainability', the workshop will propose an interactive, efficient and innovative enclosure for providing shade, invigorating the spaces between the pavilions of the Dubai Expo.

At AAVSDXB 3.0 participants will investigate the simulation of fabric-formed panels into spatial enclosures, as well as the articulation of that form with performative features through investigating novel technologies in computational design, open-source electronics and digital manufacturing.
Specifically, participants will examine the micro-computational complexity of tensile fabrics, hybridizing with advanced materials, electronic chips and 3D printed tools for tensioned articulation. 

The workshop goal will be to prototype locally differentiated performance in tensile structures, allowing an interactive user experience to emerge.

Spaces are limited. Apply now!


Product Design Summer Camp 2016 - Thessaloniki (Greece)


Product Design Summer Camp 2016
4-15 July, 2016
Monday to Friday: 17:00 - 21:00 Lectures | 10:00 - 17:00 Group work sessions (optional)
International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki (Greece)


During the last decade product design globally headed towards understanding actual consumer needs and its creative incorporation in the design of innovative products. For this reason, it is necessary to adopt an integral approach to product development, more specifically, a multidimensional strategy that considers entrepreneurial, mechanical, and design related skills and competences. The Product Design Summer Camp participants will have the chance to develop their knowledge and expertise in design, digital representation (Rhino), packaging, as well as the use of cutting-edge machinery such as 3D printers and laser cutters for the production of artefacts of high specifications.

Aim
The aim of this 2-week intensive Summer Camp is to acquaint participants with aspects of product design by providing up-to-date knowledge and an overview of the latest developments in the field. The latest research in product design along with state-of-the-art CAD/CAE/CAM techniques, coupled with a design-oriented approach, will be presented by senior academics and award winning designers who are experts in their relevant fields, combining theory and practice in a hands-on approach.

Topics
  • Innovation Driven Entrepreneurship
  • Product Development
  • 3D Modeling* - 3D Printing – Rendering
  • Engineering - CAE tools – Reverse Engineering
  • Product Identity - Branding – Packaging
*The Summer Camp includes several different processes within the workflow of product design, including two days of modeling in Rhino.

Course credits
A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end of the program to all participants who have fulfilled the course requirements. Students/graduates taking the course for credit at their home institutions will also have to deliver an oral presentation on the last day of the Summer Camp and a written documentation of all stages of the Product Design Summer Camp (in pdf format) to obtain 4 ECTS credits. Since degree requirements vary among universities, students/graduates should ensure, preferably in advance, that their college or university will recognize such certification and award the suggested credits.

Application
Product Design Summer Camp 2016 welcomes applicants from a wide range of educational backgrounds. Participants may be students and graduates of related disciplines (Product Design, Architecture, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Fine Arts, Engineering, Automation, Management, Economics, etc.). Applications from other professionals with an interest in product design will also be considered. Lectures will be in English. Applicants should be fluent in the English language.

Extended deadline for applications: Friday 24 June 2016


Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Clayoo 2.0 Webinar



Join TDM Solutions in their free webinar on Clayoo 2.0. Learn about the new Clayoo 2.0 tools for free-form modeling from scratch. See the different applications Clayoo 2.0 has for product design, jewelry, furniture, consumer goods, woodwork, and more.

Date
27 June 2016

Time
Central Europe (CEST) 5pm-5:45pm
Atlantic (EST) 11am-11:45pm
Pacific (WST) 8am-8:45am

Register now! (Limited to 100 participants.)