A Bridge Too Far – Incremental Sheet Metal Forming

nformations supported the team at CITA on the research project ‘A Bridge Too Far’. The project investigates incremental sheet metal forming using robotic technologies. Images from KADK

Crossing into Physical Realms with Collaborative Interactive Machine Learning

Robert recently presented some ongoing research and led a 2 day workshop at the Machine Learning Symposium hosted by CITA and REAL in Copenhagen. An introduction to a box of tools which are borrowed from evolutionary computing and machine learning. Methods have been edited and exploited to merge into the practice of architectural and engineering design,[…]

Towards AI Drawing Agents Presentation

Robert’s presentation of his paper ‘Towards AI Drawing Agents’ at the Design Modelling Symposium in Copenhagen is now live. All other keynote lectures and paper presentations can be seen at the CITA Vimeo website.

Towards AI Drawing Agents

Robert Vierlinger presented his recently published paper, ‘Towards AI Drawing Agents’ at the Design Modelling Symposium in Copenhagen. The paper is published in the Modelling Behaviour book and touches on aspects of interdisciplinary fields that help us to design buildings today. This paper speculates on the applicability of methods from artificial intelligence in generative design. In particular, Cppn-Neat as[…]

DMS Copenhagen 2015

The team recently attended and lead a workshop at the Design Modelling Symposium at CITA (Centre for Information Technology and Architecture) in Copenhagen, Denmark. The workshop “Multi-Objective Optimization in Parametric Design – Modelling with Karamba / Octopus” was a 2 day intense collaboration with the participants to hone their skills in structural analysis in Karamba and[…]