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Hybrid Modeling or how to make virtual models visceral

Wed, Oct 7, 2020    7pm

A workshop led by Bika Rebek with guest Leah Wulfman.

This workshop explores hybrid representation and workflows, investigating ways in which architects can use physical design processes to inform virtual ones and vice-versa. Specifically, it looks at how to integrate and display physical models in the design process and speculate on their role in times of social distancing. Through photogrammetry and 3D web platforms such as Sketchfab, physical models can be scanned, modified, displayed, and shared in the browser or in virtual reality, allowing literally and conceptually new points of view to emerge.

Students will learn about digital-physical translation, photogrammetry.

Organized as part of the Fall 2020 Blended Learning series for GSAPP students in all programs. This series of lectures and workshops is designed to help students find their own path through creating virtual content deeply anchored in the realities of today.

Hybrid Community, Hybrid Activism, and Hybrid Practice.

Image Credit: Leah Wulfman