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Roop Zahra

on 21 February 2011

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Transcript of Cuboza

The box jellyFish Hierarchy Form and Structure Biologically Design Form Structure Materials Box Jellyfish Cubic Hierarchy Dominant Responsive Response
Responsive Large in size Design principles Pale blue & transparent Between solids
Semi liquids Smooth, Glossy
transparent texture Symmetric along
vertical axis Unity Radial
symmetry Linear Curvilinear Ocult balance Background dominant Over time Planula Brown
pink Curved Polyp Transluscent Solid Slightly transparent Off white Linear Budding
Medusa Curved Linear White Adult
Medussa Curved linear Pale bule Transluscent Movement &
Direction Pneumatic Bell Water pressure Tension Structure As the jellyfish moves... As it moves... Lattice
collapses Asymmetric Least
pressure Lattice
expands Pressure increases Regaining
symmetry Dome inflated Pressure increases Symmerty regained Pressure nearly maximum Symmetric Lattice reformed Every structure has... Joints! The Pedalium Pedalium Why? Needs water pressure If no water.... Free falling Body mass equals
water pressure This is what it looks like IMPORTANT!!!!
Mesoglea WHAT??? Translucent Inert Jelly-like Why mesoglea?? Flexible Transparent Acts as structural support Hardens up at points to provide a skeleton like structure Has high water content
which helps structure stand that is why Transperancy makes it
hard to spot Gives buoyancy Mechanics of swimming Gives support
form Presented by: Roop Zahra
Sara Shahid
Shanzay Hayat
Hooria Majeed
Danial Naeem Has 90-95% water Osmotic envirnoment Tentacles Elongated flexible organs to trap prey Stingers Not affected Permeable
membrane Exchange
material Bell Rhopalia Pedalium Velarium Tentacles Dynamic form Nerve ring Contrast It experiences changes
in forces and form So a structural
hierarchy is formed Bell
Nerve ring
tenticles Ectoderm
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