PROJECT_Voronication

Voronication /VIBRO-WIND HARVESTING SYSTEM

voronication_5_200dpi    voronication_sketch_100dpi   voronication_drawing1_200dpi

This component strategy takes advantage of a mathematical algorithm, the Voronoi, which has inherent structural integrity as well as the opportunity for creating great variation in cell size. By thickening the structure and producing a varying taper within each cell, the goal was to control variable wind funneling effect through the resulting membrane.

Project Contributors (alphabetically): Dana Cupkova, Sebastian Hernandez, Ian Janicki,Francis Moon, Jamie Pelletier, Kevin Pratt, Tina St. John

JIST_VORONICATION_Windanalysis ortho 1_100dpi_10x6     JIST_VORONICATION_Windanalysis vector 2 copy_100dp_10x6i     voronication_winddiagrams_10x6_200dpi

voronication_10     voronication_11     voronication_drawings_100dpi

voronication_3_300dpi     voronication_photo1_72dpi    voronication_photo2_72dpi

voronication_view_72dpi     voronication_view3_100dpi    voronication_view2_100dpi

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