01/2017 – present
Collaboration: Yen-Ting Cho, Yen-Ling Kuo
Body movement enables humans to interact with their environment and make sense of the world. Whilst previous research examines body movement to create fabricable models, it treats the human body as a means of control. We argue that there are more dynamics generated by full body movement that are not yet being captured and utilized. These dynamics help create more organic and unexpected crafts using existing fabrication methods. Based on our explorations of fabrication and motion tracking systems, we present MovIPrint, a framework that encodes full body movement into fabricable models.