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Intelligent Structures

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Estefanía Acosta

on 3 May 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Intelligent Structures Valeria Ibarra Soto
Estefanía Acosta de la Peña Intelligent structures interact with the environment
and react according to the stimuli that surround them. "I'm trying to make data more relevant to the people who create it (..) I get bill every month for my electricity, but those numbers couldn't really help me change my behavior."
Sey Min (founder of Randomwalks design)
Living Light It´s an outdoor pavilion with a dynamic skin with the city shape divided into sections. Each part of the sections of the pavilion glows and blinks in response to the air pollution and the peoples interest on the environment. People can interact with the Living Light through their cellphones and computers by getting electronic updates of the city's pollution. This creates a relation between the city and its inhabitants. Amphibious
Architecture Visual interface floating in the water's
surface. The purpose its to create a fun
way to communicate with the river. The idea is to have the user send text messages
to the fish in the river. The "fish" will send back information about the contamination levels and other data about the river they live in. Bronx River - Bronx River Art Center
East River - Pier 35 / Rutgers Slip Data
Formation The idea behind this concept in South
Korea is that people will get "rewarded"
if they have good eco-skills. People start with a small apartment.
The building records how people behave with the environment. If they are good they will get more space. The system works with sliding
modules so that the building actually
changes shape according to how people
respond to environmental necessities. Sources amphibiousarchitecture.net
http://edition.cnn.com/2010/TECH/02/25/eco.design.tech/index.html livinglightseoul.net http://edition.cnn.com/2010/TECH/02/25/eco.design.tech/index.html amphibiousarchitecture.net http://edition.cnn.com/2010/TECH/02/25/eco.design.tech/index.html http://itp.nyu.edu/~msl364/ judooo
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