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Helping Children to be Makers: Improving the Tools, the Stuff, and the Hands Educational technology, as a field, suffers from something of a "values problem". Much of the mainstream work in the field equates education with skill train...
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Beyond Trinkets: Manufacturing Functional Devices at Scale New functional properties for 3D printing enable never-before-possible capabilities. Direct fabrication of optical, electrical, and radio frequency components will enable the ...
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Function and Friction: Rethinking Design, Disability, and Assistive Technology Design for disability most commonly connotes prostheses, assistive technologies, and biomedical devices. But a critical design practice and discourse can t...
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Introduction: Deepa Ramaswamy Moderator: Felicity Scott Panelists: Kenneth Frampton, Michael McKinnell, Robert Goodman This panel will focus on the group’s interest in the city as a space for political action and theoretical specula...
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Introduction: Joan Ockman Moderator: Sylvia Lavin Panelists: Stanford Anderson, Peter Eisenman, Kenneth Frampton, Joan Ockman, Anthony Vidler The keynote discussion will examine the links and divergences between this early formation...
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Introduction: Rixt Woudstra Moderator: Reinhold Martin Panelists: Peter Eisenman, Thomas Vreeland In our third panel we will discuss how this topic was revisited in CASE 8, which highlighted the group’s interest on psychology and fo...
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Introduction: Joan Ockman Moderator: Sylvia Lavin Panelists: Stanford Anderson, Kenneth Frampton, Joan Ockman, Anthony Vidler The keynote discussion will examine the links and divergences between this early formation of the United State...
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Introduction: Jessica Varner Moderator: K. Michael Hays Panelists: Stanford Anderson, Mark Jarzombek, Donlyn Lyndon One section of CASE somewhat differed with the Eisenman faction in that it was interested in the figure of the archi...
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A documentary film about the CAVS transdisciplinary project, Centerbeam, a kinetic sculpture combining a 144 foot long water prism, holography, and projections on steam, shown at Documenta 6, Kassel, Germany, 1977 under the directorship ...
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