Friday, May 29, 2009
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Nice, I can imagine doing real setting of Matrix opening with these fabric in museum installation in a huge dark room with liquid constantly changing color.
hara design institute
this is a sign made of water. fibers given a special coating at the nano level completely
repel the drops of water, much like a lotus leaf. when the droplets of water exceed a
certain size, they roll away down the sloping surface under the influence of gravity.
the water drops well up to form letters on top of the sloped fabric, a new drop of water
grows up to take the place of each drop that rolls away, so the water logo is constantly renewed.
the water drops form tails as they roll away. these tails is a result of friction between
the water and the fabric.
Monday, May 18, 2009
Sunday, May 17, 2009
looks interesting by Ross. he used the fabric described below. I like the should string treatment too.
material: T.W.F. ® fabric and MELSET™ fiber
a triaxial woven fabric can provide greater stiffness than conventional woven fabric
with a smaller amount of fiber. this 3D form is difficult to produce because it is detailed,
deep, and curves over a wide area. howewer, the characteristics of the triaxial woven
fiber functioned well, producing a result that was even better than expected