Piecing it Together

七angram

Tangram is a puzzle game consisting of seven geometric shapes. What’s different from the traditional tangram is that I turn it into 3D format by giving it depth and joint. Sketch: Prototype: I used blue foam to build the prototype.

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七angram

Tangram is a puzzle game consisting of seven geometric shapes. What’s different from the traditional tangram is that I turn it into 3D format by giving it depth and joint. Sketch: Prototype: I used blue foam to build the prototype.

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Impatient Guy Mechanism

For piecing it together midterm, I designed a impatient guy mechanism using the technique called cam and followers. I had a lot of trouble about the materials. But all the example I found online are all using wood, so I

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Impatient Guy Mechanism

For piecing it together midterm, I designed a impatient guy mechanism using the technique called cam and followers. I had a lot of trouble about the materials. But all the example I found online are all using wood, so I

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Impatient Guy Mechanism – Prototype

Previously on my midterm idea, I decided to make a waiting man using the mechanism called cam. Sketch: I started with chipboard. I made cams into different sizes and shape to test it’s performance. And then the mechanism for it’s

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Impatient Guy Mechanism – Prototype

Previously on my midterm idea, I decided to make a waiting man using the mechanism called cam. Sketch: I started with chipboard. I made cams into different sizes and shape to test it’s performance. And then the mechanism for it’s

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[Piecing it Together] Midterm idea

For the midterm, we’re supposed to built a sculpture using more than one machined materials. My idea is to create a mechanism which is like a man waiting endlessly. He would tap his fingers impatiently and sometimes fall asleep. How

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[Piecing it Together] Midterm idea

For the midterm, we’re supposed to built a sculpture using more than one machined materials. My idea is to create a mechanism which is like a man waiting endlessly. He would tap his fingers impatiently and sometimes fall asleep. How

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Non-Rectangular Box Final

Previously on our non-rectangular box project, we decided to make an organic-shape box. For the final, we decided to use a quarter inch birch plywood. We got lucky this time, the laser cutter behaved really well so we didn’t burn anything.

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Non-Rectangular Box Final

Previously on our non-rectangular box project, we decided to make an organic-shape box. For the final, we decided to use a quarter inch birch plywood. We got lucky this time, the laser cutter behaved really well so we didn’t burn anything.

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Non-Rectangular Box Prototype

For this week’s assignment we need to make a non-rectangular box which has an opening side and can stand on it’s own. At first, we was thinking about an organic-shape object. This is the sketch. We went through a lot

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Non-Rectangular Box Prototype

For this week’s assignment we need to make a non-rectangular box which has an opening side and can stand on it’s own. At first, we was thinking about an organic-shape object. This is the sketch. We went through a lot

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Drawing Assignment – Slice it into 2D pieces and recreate it

The original object Here’s how I broke it into 2D pieces and reassembled it!  

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Drawing Assignment – Slice it into 2D pieces and recreate it

The original object Here’s how I broke it into 2D pieces and reassembled it!  

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