Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) designs digitally

The European "Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)" (I think they are from the Netherlands) has released a very interesting video on a project, that shows the designers-side of urban planning.

Ok, you are definitely right if you say: "What does this have in common with robotics?" I can't answer you the question, because it hasn't anything to to with robotics. Apart of the fact, that I more and more figure out that robotics has to get aware of the architectural context it is acting in. Not only home automation or smart houses, but also the urban dimension, smart cities or better described as "moving building parts".

Nevertheless, the video is made great. It shows the beauty of computer generated animation and why you should love to design.

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Tags: architecture, smart house, smart city
Jul_17:2008 .020200 Comments(0)

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