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Arduino, Cardboard, Computer, Steppe motor, Two potentiometers

Adaption Architecture BDEA-E2016 Featured Kinetics Student Project
 

Circle of Life is an exploration of movement in a one-room apartment. Our aim is to challenge the static nature of the modern apartment, and ultimately to create a more dynamic, customizable way of living.

Circle of Life is an exploration of movement in a one-room apartment. Our aim is to challenge the static nature of the modern apartment, and ultimately to create a more dynamic, customizable way of living. You will be able to change your apartment according to your specific current need, without the hassle of moving furniture around. The project was made over a few weeks, and involved a great deal of laser cutting, and some 3D printing. The concept evolves around the circular platform in the middle of the floor, which is attached to a stepper motor that allows 360-degree rotation. The speed and direction is controlled by two potentiometers, and behind it all is an Arduino. On the circle is a table that can connect with different components in the apartment, creating new possibilities according to its position.


Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Oliver Ungermann Kokholm
Bachelor Student:  Jakob Løfstedt
Bachelor Student:  Magnus Matias Villumsen
Bachelor Student:  Max Madsen

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Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Oliver Ungermann Kokholm
Bachelor Student:  Jakob Løfstedt
Bachelor Student:  Magnus Matias Villumsen
Bachelor Student:  Max Madsen

Legal

© Max Madsen, Oliver Kokholm Ungermann, Jakob Løfstedt & Magnus Matias Villumsen
contents on this page is published under the following license


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Circle of Life 2016