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  • Output Devices, Computation, and the Future of Mathematical Crafts
    Laser cutter techno- logy might thus be seen as one instance of a broader set of output device technologies for which a ‘cultural shift’ needs to be made in order to accommodate the needs of younger students .
  • Cumincad : Works : Paper acadia06_148:Synthetic Pedagogy
    …digital tools and infrastructure are now ubiquitous in most schools, including the increasing digital material exchange enabled through laser cutters , CNC routers, and rapid … research papers that engage technology not simply as tools … and structure a design students knowledge, both tacit and…
  • ICT in Education in Global Context
    Technologies that are relatively affordable, such as digital die cutters , can be placed directly in the classroom to allow students the experience of rapid prototyping in the context of their lessons. .... Technologies that are too expensive to place in a single classroom, such as laser cutters, will need…
  • Computer-Aided Architectural Design Futures (CAADFutures) 2007
    In the last few decades, architecture students have come to experiment with new technologies in their design studios. .... They are able to construct models out of planes of cardboard pre-designed and pre-cut in the laser cutter according to a production plan.
  • 4.510 Digital Design Fabrication, Fall 2005
    Closely involved in the academic studio, professors have been witnessing the changes that have occurred in students ’ design processes as these new technologies become available. .... The laser cutter has not had as much of an impact on the design process because its capabilities directly correspond to the designer’s handmade model making methods.
  • Visualizing identity: Perspectives on the influences of digital representation in architectural practice and education Lillian Lubaton Hancock
    Technology integration with physical form has also been a successful area of innovation in architecture curricula. .... Laser cutters , CNC routers, 3-D printers, and other computer-controlled devices allow students to experiment with digital models and then fabricate them to facilitate learning about the processes needed to create physical objects from virtual representations (Carraher, 2011; Ruegemer & Serrato…
  • Computer-Aided Architectural Design Futures. The Next City - New Technologies and the Future of the Built Environment
    However, as shown in the present research, in some cases there 20 years were needed to some of these computer labs go from visualization and simulation to fab- rication with 3D printers, CNC equipment and laser cutters . .... Thus, it can be said that during the first years of the 21st century, the migratory movement of academics and students in Master and Doctorate programs, brought digital technologies to different Latin American universities that were being experi- mented at the same…
  • Supplemental Material A1. 22011 Interview Summary
    174 R: There’s definitely some of the ability in the digital technology , it’s just easier. .... Students now 175 they don’t run around with xacto knives making their models, they just throw it on the laser 176 cutter , get all off of there, and then start.
  • Digital fabrication in the architectural design process
    Closely involved in the academic studio, professors have been witnessing the changes that have occurred in students ' design processes as these new technologies become available. .... The laser cutter has not had as much of an impact on the design process because its capabilities directly correspond to the designer's handmade model making methods.
  • Rob | Arch 2012
    Democratization of CAD technologies , per- ceptible in architecture schools as well as in the construction community, progressively led during the last decade to the creation of groups combining students and profession- als seeking to extend their morphological research undertaken at a “virtual” .... As a result, and taking advantage of lower cost CNC ma- chines (routers, laser cutters , 3D printers, etc.), rapid prototyping workshops of nu- merous universities and R&D offices have become genuine micro-factories.