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Embodied Computation

ARC 596

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Computational design is often presented as a problem-solving tool for design implementation rather than as an integral part of design conceptualization and exploration. In this course we approach computational design from the conceptual design direction, extending existing design methods and defining novel visualization tools and augmented reality for interactive computational models and computationally generated physical prototypes as embodiments of the design process.
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