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New depth sensors such as the one embedded in the MS Kinect system work in real-time, enabling to create an instant 3D scan of objects. In this project, we are exploring a large-scale installation that demonstrates this by a 400+ array of motors and LEDS. This work includes interaction design, hard-coding and lots of soldering etc. The result will be put on exhibit on various international shows.(Expert: Jouke Verlinden)

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Prototyping of Led diffusers

the cheapest and best way to do this was with thermoforming process. Then
by a lot of trial and error experiments with thickness and types of plastics we
came out with the solution: "vikureen plaat" of 1 mm thickness.

 

 

Here is a 3D concept of the way we want to make and connect  the LD’s:

We make a real study of how the light duffused with this LD:

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BRJZK-oHfg

 

Now the BIG CHALLENGE is to make 400 LD’s. We will try to do 100 times 4 LD, because the
method to have a non-folded diffuser requires precision and 2 people.

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