Things to include while detailing (& Observations from sail ships):
- tensional strings to hold down the structures and the connection
- Rain cover (using tensile screens)
- Fabric joints (because large pieces of fabric are joint by many smaller pieces)
- bulge within pieces of fabric because of inflation
Updates on the detailing (& Eye level view)
- Opted for a less exaggerated inflation because the outcome looks better than that for a rounded air chamber/tube-ish thing. Looks more subtle with shallower indents between each air tube. This means that the way the fabric joins will be at the curved area.
- Large pieces of fabric sewn vertically, so that theres no fabric joining marks on the exterior surface.
Curvature of the entrance is more ergonomic for a projection from a human’s POV from the ground. Neck tilt cannot be too high otherwise it will look like watching from the front seat of the cinema. A human being’s depth of vision is 114 degrees horizontal-wise. Considering that, I have to decide how big the seating area is. From the center of the cinema, a person must be able to see the whole screen.
Two screen curvatures.
Orchid-Inspired designs research
• Tilted the panels for more organic look and feel. Straight lines are too geometric in appearance, vertical lines create a sense of seriousness.