Dynamic Stability Final Presentation

Here are my presentation boards for my final outcome. For an overview of the entire process, click here. For a brief explanation, follow along.

In a nutshell, my project worked with a process called reaction diffusion. A process which is generated by mixing Bromium and an acid. In doing so, the chemicals interact to form incredibly mesmerising patterns. and these patterns formed the basis for generating an architectural form.

The resulting architecture was something which exhibited a growth-like aesthetic, forming a coral-like looking structure. The benefit to using reaction diffusion for this process was the amount of variation that could be achieved by ever so slightly adjusting certain parameters in the initial set up. The final output, perhaps lacked architectural definition, but there is certainly a wealth of other possibilities that could be afforded to us by further exploring the possibilities of this phenomenon.

4 Comments

  1. You are so awesome! I don’t believe I’ve truly read anything
    like this before. So great to find someone with a few original thoughts on this subject.
    Really.. thank you for starting this up. This website is one
    thing that is needed on the web, someone with a bit of originality!

  2. I don’t know if it’s just me or if everybody else
    experiencing problems with your site. It appears as though some
    of the written text in your content are running off the screen. Can somebody else
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  3. It’s a really awesome shape of architecture and I also appreciate your developing logic. I’m also doing a project with a similar theme recently. I use grasshopper to create the model, but it’s really hard to form a creative and multivariate shape like yours. Did you build via Maya?

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