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== <font size= 5 color=darkblue> Presentation IV </font> ==
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<center><b> Hyperbody concept </b> </center>
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==Group members==
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author(s): [[User:Daan|Adriaan Kees van Gool]], [[User:Léon|Léon Spikker]], [[User:M.N.B.|M.N.B. Valk]], [[User:Mallika|Mallika Arora]], [[User:Mikal|Mikal Papež]], [[User:Sarah|Sarah J. Roberts]], [[User:Wessel|Wessel van Beerendonk]]
  
  
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==UR House Video==
  
<center><b> Physical Systemization </b> </center>
 
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Video of working 1:1 prototype soon!
  
Physical Realization - A deployable system which is anchored at the seams, with the planes composed of segmented pieces that can rotate/move; enabling the 'form' to change in 2.5D as well as from rectilinear to curvilinear.
 
Red - Anchored Seams
 
Grey - 'Limbs'
 
The system thus may not have a fixed outer envelope, but the necessary anchorage is provided within, in the joints of the sub-envelope, like in vertebrae.
 
  
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The referenced instance coupled with sliding systems or tensegrity chords may be used to realize it.
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==Concept==
http://www.hoberman.com/portfolio/adaptiveshadingesplanade.php?myNum=2&mytext=Adaptive+Shading+Esplanade&myrollovertext=%3Cu%3EAdaptive+Shading+Esplanade%3C%2Fu%3E&category=&projectname=Adaptive+Shading+Esplanade
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UR House aims to provide all the comfort and functionality of a 100 m2 apartment in a 50 m2 space. Normally houses specify locations for different activities. We aim to use the same location for different activities by creating spaces only when they’re needed. To accomplish this flexibility, UR House interacts with users to continuously translate their needs into an optimized layout.
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== <font size= 5 color=darkblue> Presentation III </font> ==
 
<center><b> Hyperbody concept </b> </center>
 
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<center><b> Component Parameters </b> </center>
 
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1. Storyline
 
  
2. fabrication Feasibility
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==Flexible Components==
  
3. Flexibility and Interactivity
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An apartment which adapts in real time to user preferences requires transformable boundaries and facilities. Interior boundaries (room dividers) and exterior boundaries (envelope) must also have the capacity to appear and disappear spontaneously. We have thereby designed a transformable wall component that can move anywhere and provide furniture when desired.
  
4. Architectural Quality
 
  
      Function[user need cycles and Spatial Efficiency] and Form[Visual Spatial Quality]
 
  
5. Component Cycles
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      Life Cycles
 
  
Fundamental Component Topologies
 
  
1. Flexible Material
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==Static Components==
  
2. Fixed Material - Mobilised
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A comprehensive analysis of user activities required a division between flexible and fixed activities. While the flexible components can support most activities in the household, three static components have been introduced to serve the rest. These units contain elements that would not fit, or would not be useful in a moving wall component.
  
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== <font size= 5 color=darkblue> Presentation II </font> ==
 
<center><b> Hyperbody concept </b> </center>
 
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<center><b> Process </b> </center>
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<center><b> Geometrics - Different components </b> </center>
 
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==Combined Components==
  
<center><b> Geometrics - Tensegrity </b> </center>
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Combining the static and the flexible units results in a dynamic floor plan that can transform to fit any user desires. Space is negotiated between neighboring apartments to maximize usable area and create shared community zones. UR House can adapt to changes in lifestyle by re-materializing by the minute, hour, day, week, month, or year.
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Fundamentals
 
  
1. Reasons for the choice of a Tensegrity Structure
 
  
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2. Bio-geomtry, efficiency and optimization
 
  
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==User Input==
<youtube width="250" height="150">KE0wGpigCBE</youtube>
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<youtube width="250" height="150">dQVn3fPhXTc</youtube>
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Users have the freedom to select from a range of customized activities through a smartphone app. The system then evaluates which other activities are being performed in the current moment and suggests several options for the position, spatial shape, and degree of privacy for the activity. Once the user selects their preference, the space is created in real time.
  
3. Panelling options - Rigid, Membrane and Pneumatic systems
 
  
[[File:pan.jpg|800px]]
 
  
  
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==Prototype==
  
Perception - Visual Infinity
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To prove the feasibility of this concept a one-to-one prototype was developed. Seven linked units show the functionality of the flexible components by transforming into two distinct modes: a public seating arrangement and a private work/study space. While the units in the public lounge are aligned, the units of the work/study space are curled into a semi-circle. The prototype provides a table, four chairs, and two storage shelves. User input directly controls the panel configurations. The graphical user interface allows for control over individual actuators within the units. The spatial and financial constraints for this prototype allowed for a small section of the entire apartment to be built by June 28th, 2013 with limited functionality; all seven units are scheduled for completion by July 7th, 2013.
  
Tensegrity Dimension 1 - Local Geometry
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This page will be updated 5/7/2013 with additional images and videos.
  
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==Sponsors==
  
  
 
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Perception - Spatial Infinity
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Tensegrity Dimension 2 - Global Geometry
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Perception - Physical Infinity through Boundary Dissolution
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Tensegrity Dimension 3 - Interactive Structure
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Orambra's Project
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http://www.orambra.com/survey/~usingActuatedTensegrity/media/sterkACADIA_03.pdf
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Perception - Virtual Infinity through Post Indexical Projections
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== <font size= 5 color=darkblue> Shared Housing </font> ==
 
<center><b> Statistics of prospective inhabitants </b> </center>
 
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==Process and workshops==
  
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[[project06:Frontpage|'''Process''']]
== <font size= 5 color=darkblue> Concept </font> ==
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<center><b> User2Apartment </b> </center>
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== <font size= 5 color=darkblue> Room perception </font> ==
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<center><b> Perception Colour</b> </center>
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[[project20:Roboticresults|'''Robotic Fabrication''']]
 
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[[project06:Interactions|'''Interaction Design''']]
 
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[[project06:Workshop_6|'''Physical Computing''']]
 
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<div style="float:left; width: 270px; height 152px; margin-right:20px; border:0px;" align="center">
 
[[File:7 use cool colors makes room bigger.jpg|270px]]
 
 
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[[File:5- linke colors adjacent rooms.jpg|270px]]
 
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Avoid color contrasts in walls <br>
 
Use colors of outer space in interior to decrease physical boundary <br>
 
Use same colors for walls/floors in adjacent spaces <br>
 
Use cool colors to make walls visually further away <br>
 
If you use prints, make them smaller than usual --> maybe small components ? <br>
 
 
 
<center><b> Perception light </b></center>
 
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[[File:2 use natural light.jpg|270px]]
 
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[[File:light1.jpg|270px]]
 
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Use as many natural lights as possible <br>
 
 
<center><b> Perception of furniture in a place</b></center>
 
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<div style="float:left; width: 270px; height 152px; margin-right:20px; border:0px;" align="center">
 
[[File:3 furniture with legs enlarge the room.jpg|270px]]
 
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[[File:11 Use of mirrors.jpg|270px]]
 
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Leave room between furniture and floor/wall <br>
 
Use little details
 
Use of mirrors
 
Place storage where it belongs (put some stuf further away than others)
 
 
 
<center><b> Environmental Housing </b></center>
 
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<center><b> Perception - Visual Infinity </b></center>
 
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<center><b> Perception - Spatial Infinity </b></center>
 
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<center><b> Perception motion </b> </center>
 
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<center><b> Perception - Virtual Infinity through Post Indexical projected Fluidity </b></center>
 
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[[File:Screen projection 1.jpg|100px]]
 
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<center><b> Perception - Physical infinity through Boundary dissolution </b></center>
 
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[[File:Surface dissolving.jpg|100px]]<hr>
 
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Latest revision as of 12:05, 29 June 2013

COVER House+Logo.jpg

Contents

[edit] Group members

author(s): Adriaan Kees van Gool, Léon Spikker, M.N.B. Valk, Mallika Arora, Mikal Papež, Sarah J. Roberts, Wessel van Beerendonk


[edit] UR House Video

Video of working 1:1 prototype soon!


PresentationSlides-01.jpg

[edit] Concept

UR House aims to provide all the comfort and functionality of a 100 m2 apartment in a 50 m2 space. Normally houses specify locations for different activities. We aim to use the same location for different activities by creating spaces only when they’re needed. To accomplish this flexibility, UR House interacts with users to continuously translate their needs into an optimized layout.


PresentationSlides-02 copy.jpg


[edit] Flexible Components

An apartment which adapts in real time to user preferences requires transformable boundaries and facilities. Interior boundaries (room dividers) and exterior boundaries (envelope) must also have the capacity to appear and disappear spontaneously. We have thereby designed a transformable wall component that can move anywhere and provide furniture when desired.


PresentationSlides-03 copy.JPG


[edit] Static Components

A comprehensive analysis of user activities required a division between flexible and fixed activities. While the flexible components can support most activities in the household, three static components have been introduced to serve the rest. These units contain elements that would not fit, or would not be useful in a moving wall component.


PresentationSlides-04 copy.JPG


[edit] Combined Components

Combining the static and the flexible units results in a dynamic floor plan that can transform to fit any user desires. Space is negotiated between neighboring apartments to maximize usable area and create shared community zones. UR House can adapt to changes in lifestyle by re-materializing by the minute, hour, day, week, month, or year.


PresentationSlides-05 copy.JPG


[edit] User Input

Users have the freedom to select from a range of customized activities through a smartphone app. The system then evaluates which other activities are being performed in the current moment and suggests several options for the position, spatial shape, and degree of privacy for the activity. Once the user selects their preference, the space is created in real time.



PresentationSlides-06 copy.JPG


[edit] Prototype

To prove the feasibility of this concept a one-to-one prototype was developed. Seven linked units show the functionality of the flexible components by transforming into two distinct modes: a public seating arrangement and a private work/study space. While the units in the public lounge are aligned, the units of the work/study space are curled into a semi-circle. The prototype provides a table, four chairs, and two storage shelves. User input directly controls the panel configurations. The graphical user interface allows for control over individual actuators within the units. The spatial and financial constraints for this prototype allowed for a small section of the entire apartment to be built by June 28th, 2013 with limited functionality; all seven units are scheduled for completion by July 7th, 2013.

This page will be updated 5/7/2013 with additional images and videos.


[edit] Sponsors

A3 pixels LINAK.jpg


A3 pixels TAKE A BYTE.jpg

[edit] Process and workshops

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