Drone Port Prototype

Clay Kiningham has some really nice documentation of a project completed in Keith Kaseman’s studio at Georgia Tech. From Clay’s website:

“This Design + Research Studio began not with a site or a program, but a collection of ideas centered around the technologies we had at hand. The idea of the studio revolved around learning and developing work-flows using Augmented Reality as a tool. With a Microsoft Hololens, Rhino, Grasshopper, and Fologram we can now see detailed and complex designs mapped to our reality, this mixed reality acts as both a fabrication guide and design tool. With the capability to design incredibly innovative and complex spatial relationships with no two pieces alike, the semester began with a deep dive into building large scale wireframe models out of steel. This process led to a series of discoveries, one of which being a drone port and fabrication space, designed to situate itself in any context.”

See the whole project including a few work in progress videos:

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