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07 FEBRUARY 2013

cunicode: Digital Fabrication and Additive Manufacturing

"We want everyone on earth to be able to design & make their own things, we dream in an universal access to the production means, and we believe in the popularization of design tools & 3D–Printing to make ideas real.

cunicode is a design studio for 3DPrint & creative fabrication; the way things are made is changing, so, the way things are designed will change as well.

Founded in early 2011 to explore the business opportunities of Additive Manufacturing through design. We design inspiring objects and services to be produced digitally."

(Bernat Cuni)

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20113D3D printing • additive manufacturing • Arduino • beautiful failures • Bernat Cuni • ceramicsco-designcomputational arts • creative code • creative fabrication • creative programming • cunicode • cupdesign agencydesign consultancy • design for 3D print • design toolsdesignerdigital fabricationdigital forming • dilDIY • ecodesignfabricationgeometry • honest aesthetics • iOS Devmade on-demand • making things • mass customisation • modelling deformations • new craftsobjectsopen-source hardwareProcessing (software)product designproduct designerrapid manufacturing • selective laser sintering • toyvolumes • volumetric figurines

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Simon Perkins
01 JULY 2011

Com­pos­ing motion: Len Lye's kinetic sculptures

"The poten­tial to be moved by move­ment was Lye's motive force – he con­ceived his sculp­tures as per­formers rather than objects. Hor­rocks sug­gests Lye might have reframed Descartes' dictum by declar­ing 'I move, there­fore I am', and para­phrased Archibald MacLeish's 'A poem should not mean / But be' with 'A film should not mean / But move'.

How much atten­tion do design­ers give to 'com­pos­ing motion' through the way their cre­ations move and /or the way people are made to move, and be moved, as they inter­act with them? Lye's prose included at least two explor­a­tions of bod­ily feel­ings and phys­ical sen­sa­tions around chairs."

(Michael Smythe, 22 March 2010, Prodesign)

Fig.1 A clip from Flip and Two Twisters a documentary about Len Lye the New Zealand born kinetic artist and filmmaker. Directed by Shirley Horrocks.

Fig.2 The kin­etic sculp­ture Uni­verse. The striker ball is sus­pen­ded above the steel loop, which has just rolled over to one side. Photo Brian East­wood. Cour­tesy Len Lye Foundation.

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Aotearoa New Zealand • Archibald MacLeish • bod­ily feel­ings • com­pos­ing motion • design formalism • design­er • kinetic artkinetic forcekinetic sculptorkinetic sculptureLen Lye • motive force • move­ment • movementNew Zealand artistobjects • per­formers • phys­ical sen­sa­tions • physicsRene Descartes • Roger Hor­rocks • sculpture • Shirley Horrocks • sound sculpturetension

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Simon Perkins
22 APRIL 2011

Art Project: take a virtual (Google) tour of famous art museums

"Simply select a museum from the homepage and then either choose 'Explore the museum' or 'View Artwork'. Once you are in the main site use the drop–down menus or the side info bar to navigate between artworks and museums. Finally create and share your own collections online."

(Google Art Project, 2011)

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2011 • Alte Nationalgalerie • Amsterdam • App Engine • art • Art Project (Google) • artistsartworkBerlincollectiondetailFlorenceFrance • Freer Gallery of Art • Frick Collection • gallery • Gemaldegalerie • Google Art Project • Google IncGoogle Street Viewhigh resolutionintegrationLondonMadridmappingmasterpieceMetropolitan Museum of ArtMoMAMoscowmultimedia • Museo Reina Sofia • Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza • museum • Museum Kampa • National GallerynavigationNew YorkNew York CityobjectsPalace of Versailles • Picasa • Prague • resolution • RijksmuseumsearchSt. Petersburg • State Hermitage Museum • State Tretyakov Gallery • Tate Britaintechnologytool • Uffizi Gallery • Van Gogh Museum • Versailles • viewvirtual heritagevirtual tourvisual depictionvisualisationWashington DCweb application • zoom

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Simon Perkins
29 MAY 2010

Leicestershire County Council Collections On-Line

"Collections Online is part of Heritage Services' ongoing commitment to improving access to the collections, and will continue to develop. It currently presents highlights from the following collections: Auster Aircraft, Coal Mining, Designer Fashion, Fox Hunting, Images of Harborough, NEXT, Toys and Games and the Symington Collection of Corsetry, Foundationwear and Swimwear."

(Leicestershire County Council)

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2002archaeologyarchive • Auster Aircraft • coal mining • collections • collections online • curationdatabasefashion design • foundationwear • fox hunting • gamesheritageHeritage Lottery Fund • historic • Leicestershire County Council • Market Harborough • Next Retail Ltdobjects • Open Doors • searchswimwear • Symington Collection of Corsetry • toyvisual catalogue

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Simon Perkins
22 NOVEMBER 2009

Urban Symphony: a film from underneath

"The concept of Urban Symphony is the visual and audio composition of the city, which is generated by the contact between physical objects, humans or animals with the surface of the ground. In other words, from the underground perspective, the objects that drop, roll or touch the ground create sounds and visuals."

(Varathit Uthaisri)

Directed by: TU+// Varathit Uthaisri; Sound: Plum// Napat Snidvongs; DP: Jun Oshima; Production: Tong// Thitawan Chaiwong

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artistic practicechoreography • contact • design projectDOFexperimentationfilmgraphic representationlight • light table • live footprints • MA projectMFA • MFA Design and Technology • motionmotion designmovementobjectsParsons The New School for Designpatternperspectivephysical objects • point of contact • POVschematic diagramsequence designshallow focusspectaclestudent projectssurface • surface of the ground • texture • underneath perspective • Urban Symphony • visual communicationvisual design

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Suttana Keyuraphan
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