Posters/Demos

Industry Demos and Presentations

Innovations in the industrial aspects of computational fabrications are presented by:

Accepted Posters and Demos

From the pool of excellent submissions, the following posters and demos were selected for presentation at the Symposium on Computational Fabrication:

  1. Fine-Scale Structure Design
    Julian Panetta1, Qingnan Zhou1, Luigi Malomo2, Nico Pietroni2, Paolo Cignoni2, Denis Zorin1
    1New York University, 2CNR-ISTI
  2. Perceptual Models of Preference in 3D Printing Direction
    Xiaoting Zhang1, Xinyi Le1, Athina Panotopoulou2, Emily Whiting2, Charlie C.L. Wang1
    1The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2Dartmouth College
  3. Development in Wireframe Printing
    Huaishu Peng, Rundong Wu, Steve Marschner, François Guimbretière
    Cornell University
  4. Representation and Analysis of Additively Manufactured Parts
    Saigopal Nelaturi, Vadim Shapiro
    Palo Alto Research Center
  5. Stippling with Aerial Robots
    Brendan Galea, Ehsan Kia, Nicholas Aird, Paul G. Kry
    McGill University
  6. Homogenization of Material Properties in Additively Manufactured Structures
    Xingchen Liu, Vadim Shapiro
    University of Wisconsin
  7. Tactile Mesh Saliency via Deep Ranking
    Manfred Lau1, Kapil Dev1, Weiqi Shi2, Julie Dorsey2, Holly Rushmeier2
    1Lancaster University, 2Yale University
  8. Reduced-Order Shape Optimization Using Offset Surfaces
    Przemyslaw Musialski1, Thomas Auzinger1,2, Michael Birsak1, Michael Wimmer1, Leif Kobbelt3
    1TU Wien, 2IST Austria, 3RWTH Aachen
  9. Making 3D Fine Art Reproductions Shine
    W.S. Elkhuizen1, B.A.J. Lenseigne1, C. Weijkamp2, S. Pont1, J.M.P. Geraedts1,2, J. Dik1
    1Delft University of Technology, 2Océ Technologies B.V.
  10. Interactive Modeling of Mechanical Objects
    Francisca Gil Ureta, Chelsea Tymms, Denis Zorin
    New York University
  11. Embodied Fabrication, Controlling Machines with Personal Data
    Joëlle Bitton
    Harvard University
  12. Computational Design of Reconfigurables
    Akash Garg, Alec Jacobson, Eitan Grinspun
    Columbia University
  13. The Synced Detail: Integrating Physics of Assembly in Discrete-Element Structures
    Inés Ariza, Caitlin Mueller
    MIT
  14. Robust Mesh Repair on 3D Printed Models
    Qingnan Zhou1, Alec Jacobson2
    1New York University, 2Columbia University
  15. Printable Hydraulics : Printing Embedded Fluid Channels & Actuators via Co-fabrication of Solids and Liquids
    Robert MacCurdy1, Robert Katzschmann1, Youbin Kim2, Daniela Rus1
    1MIT, 2Harvard University
  16. On-site Robotic Assembly of Double-curved Self-supporting Structures
    Inés Ariza, Merav Gazit
    MIT
  17. Acoustic Voxels: Computational Optimization of Modular Acoustic Filters
    Dingzeyu Li1, David Levin2, Wojciech Matusik3, Changxi Zheng4
    1Columbia University, 2Disney Research, 3MIT, 4Columbia University
  18. Rapid Prototyping of Rapid Prototyping Machines
    Nadya Peek1, James Coleman2, Ilan Moyer3
    1MIT, 2A. Zahner Co., 3Shaper Tools
  19. Homoiconic Solid Modeling
    Matthew Keeter
    MIT
  20. Interactive Design of Robotic Creatures
    Stelian Coros, Ruta Desai
    Carnegie Mellon University
  21. Material and Process Characterization, Design Automation and Optimization for Digital Fabrication
    Jochen Mueller, Tian Chen, Tino Stanković, Luca Zimmermann, Kristina Shea
    ETH Zurich
  22. 3D-printed Models of Water Molecules Moving within a Carbon Nanotube
    David Banks
    Knox Makers
  23. 3D Building Fieldlab
    Jouke C. Verlinden
    TU Delft
  24. WX: Human-Machine Material Morphogenesis
    Jose Luis Garcia del Castillo, Krista Palen, Christian Ervin
    Harvard University

Call for Posters and Demos

The purpose of the Symposium on Computational Fabrication is to create an interdisciplinary venue that brings together leading experts from academia and industry in the area of computer graphics, geometry processing, mechanical engineering, material science, architecture, human-computer interaction, robotics, and applied math. The goal is to learn about fundamental questions and issues related to computational aspects of fabrication, provide a platform for discussing ideas and initiating collaborations that will pioneer new approaches in this area, and provide a venue for disseminating research results. We therefore invite you to present your work to this broad audience during the posters session. Specifically, we seek posters presenting:

  • Recent research on computational fabrication previously published in another venue. This is your chance to present your work to an interdisciplinary audience!
  • Late-breaking technical results and research, including, but not limited to, progress in computational algorithms, additive manufacturing system design, and innovative applications.

In addition to posters, we also welcome:

  • Demos of working computational fabrication prototypes and tools software platforms utilizing computational fabrication techniques, including both research and commercial systems.
  • Artwork and visual designs that relate to or utilize computational fabrication.

Submission Details

Proposal submission deadline: March 28, 2016 (8:00 pm PST)

Proposal acceptance notification: March 31, 2016

Please send submissions by email directly to: sympcompfab@mit.edu

Submissions should include one or more paragraphs describing the proposed poster/demo/artwork, as well as author names and affiliations. We strongly encourage you to submit supporting materials, such as published papers, images or other media, videos, demos, and websites describing the work. Attachments under 5 MB are accepted. Otherwise, please provide a URL, or use an attachment delivery service like DropBox or Hightail/YouSendIt.