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Adventures in Architecture with Mathematica

December 3, 2009 — Wolfram Blog Team

Inspired by the work of avant-garde architects, Chris Carlson, chief interactive graphics developer at Wolfram Research, has been exploring the possibilities of designing and modeling structures using Mathematica.

Over the last year, he’s shared some of his experiments in this blog, including his posts "Twisted Architecture" and "Designing the Brick Wall of the Future".

At the International Mathematica User Conference 2009, Chris shared another one of his interesting adventures in architecture using Mathematica.

In this video from the conference, see Chris put an interesting spin on Norman Foster’s Hearst Tower.

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satılık arabalar

very very good interesting

Posted by satılık arabalar    January 18, 2010 at 6:58 am

Hyy! Interesting dude, it’s so cool.

Posted by Ben    January 20, 2010 at 2:32 am
Jorge Gamaliel Frade Chávez

Wow, very nice, but i would like to know more about applications in graphic design,

Posted by Jorge Gamaliel Frade Chávez    January 24, 2010 at 2:40 pm

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