From the Road: UCLA students use Python to generate architectural structures printed on Ember

Posted by Sam Hobish on Feb 19, 2016 10:47:40 AM

During a yearlong studio lead by Professor Guvenc Ozel, students at UCLA used Python scripts to generate complex architectural structures and printed them on Ember.  After exploring numerous additive processes, the students were able to finally bring the - otherwise difficult to print - creations to life with Ember. 

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Later this spring, the studio will use Autodesk Stingray to further explore their forms VR.

 

To learn more about the work students are doing in Professor Ozel’s studio, visit the studio's website.

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