RUBI Lab upcycles a collapsed barn

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The HoloWall is another project from Leslie Lok’s RUBI Lab at Cornell exploring how augmented- and mixed-reality technology could help process nonuniform waste wood into a useful building material – without costly tools or highly skilled labor. Leslie has released a video of the project showing how Fologram was used by fabricators to align the unique cut templates with offcut lengths of non-uniform timber boards recovered from a collapsed barn. You can watch the video below, or read more about the project on Cornell’s blog: Arts Quad installation upcycles wood with mixed reality | Cornell Chronicle