Currently modelling this in Rhino. Bent convex metal piece in T-shape/or H shape. Curvature inspired from bounce stilts from Kingsmen’s female assassin – sleek, flexible, responsive.
Moving in two different direction is a visual input for motion sickness. Thus I narrow down the direction of tilt to only one – left and right. Amount of movement – gentle tilt Read more →
Attempt 4 of dynamic arrangements of the studs. Kept all the same as the above however having constant studs per row.
Attempt 2 of dynamic arrangements of the studs. Using a zig-zag pattern for each row instead of a parabolic row. Distance between each zigzag row decreases
Presentation 5 Kiniodeon V3_red
References: Lotus temple, Sydney Opera House
Comments from PeerBring back stacked tilting chair instead of inflated. Opt for a more opened up form. Spot printing tribal patterns on the surface of the inflatable dome.
Ron Resch‘s geometric tessellated origami folding, folded structures which offer more possibilities than Buckminister Fuller’s Geodesic Domes. They are easy to Read more →