Intel and Carnegie Mellon’s Claytronics: Self Organizing “Electronic Clay”


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Researcher’s from Carnegie Mellon University and Intel Corporation have been working on a project called Claytronics. The idea is to have hundreds of thousands of nano processors form together to create new solid objects in any shape or size. The challenges are vast, but once it becomes a reality it will change the world forever. […] Continue reading →

Vlad Tenu’s Minimal Complexity: Tex-Fab Competition Winner

Minimal complexity by Vlad Tenu is an award-winning project from the TEX -FAB competition. The self organizing proposal was superior on multiple counts. Aside from being technically stunning, drop-dead gorgeous, and meticulously detailed, the project embodies the ideas of emergence, modular expansion and growth found in nature. Much more, including images. Continue reading →