13 Results for 'Chuck Hoberman'
Video/AnimationOrigami OrgansA multidisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and architectural designers are developing Origami Organs that could function like artificial kidneys. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Video/AnimationHow a Harvard Professor Makes Transforming Toys & DesignsHow a Harvard Professor Makes Transforming Toys and Designs was originally published by WIRED on November 29, 2018. This story features Associate Faculty member Chuck Hoberman. The original story can be found here.
Video/AnimationRAD Sampler: Device for investigating delicate marine organismsLike an underwater pokéball, this origami-inspired sampling device folds up into a container for capturing delicate marine organisms. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Video/AnimationReconfigurable MaterialsThis video shows how a reconfigurable model structure generated with the teams predictive method can be drawn into different shapes that might perform very different functions. Credit: Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Sep 29 → Jan 6, 2017
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Internationally known for his transformable structures, Chuck Hoberman presents an experience of transformable space and aesthetic possibility with 10° — Le Laboratoire’s 22nd experiment. Taking Hoberman’s work in a new direction, 10° is a large-scale installation of four kinetic sculptures that can be transformed by guests through hands-on play. The title of the exhibition refers... Free and open to public