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Monday, March 16 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Expressive Interactive Interfaces

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CMU presents the merging of technology and arts innovation through the adoption of integrated intelligence: seamless interfaces with human and AI. Sharing research from The Shape of Touch, Gannon will illustrate 3D printed wearables using gesture and touch to create digital designs that can be instantly printed and worn on the body used by experts and non-experts alike. In Soft-Matter Electronics, Majidi discusses machines and robots made out of materials as soft and lightweight as natural tissue. Highlighting soft-matter technologies, he will show how quickly and inexpensively they can be produced with rapid prototyping. In Lumiverse, Shimizu introduces a platform for creating interactive and reactive lighting experiences. In Morphaux, Bard explores synthetic digital/physical workflows including decorative plastering through live motion capture of a drawing implement, info rich visualization projected in fabrication, and custom robotic tooling to generate free-form running molds.

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Josh Bard

Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Joshua D. Bard is an assistant professor in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University where he teaches design studios and seminars in digital fabrication, architectural robotics, and design media. Joshua’s teaching and research interrogate traditional binaries in... Read More →
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Madeline Gannon

Research/Designer, MADLAB.CC
Madeline Gannon heads MADLAB.CC, a design collective exploring computational approaches to design, craft, and interaction. She is a Researcher / Designer / Educator who blends disciplinary knowledge from design, robotics, computer science, and human-computer interaction to explore... Read More →

Carmel Majidi

Professor, Carngie Mellon University
Dr. Majidi is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University starting September 2011. Prior to joining the faculty, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Harvard Microrobotics Laboratory (2009-2011) and the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology... Read More →

Evan Shimizu

Student, Carnegie Mellon University

Monday March 16, 2015 9:30am - 10:30am CDT
Hilton Austin Downtown Salon B

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