We present a computational technique for the design of kinetic wire characters, tailored for fabrication on consumer-grade hardware.
We propose a comprehensive approach to characterizing the mechanical properties of structured sheet materials, i.e., planar rod networks whose mechanics and aesthetics are inextricably linked.
We present a method for designing and fabricating MetaSilicones—composite silicone rubbers that exhibit desired macroscopic mechanical properties.
We propose a computational tool for designing Kirchhoff-Plateau Surfaces-planar rod networks embedded in pre-stretched fabric that deploy into complex, three-dimensional shapes.
In this paper, we present an optimization-based approach for the design of cable-driven kinematic chains and trees.
We present a computational tool for designing compliant mechanisms.
We propose that the contact pressure distribution of the grasp should be used as a hand benchmark both for naturalness and comfort, and present our initial work in this direction.
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