Freitag, 29. April 2011
When ScanLAB -- the brainchild of architects William Trossell and Matt Shaw -- set out to test the boundaries of 3D scanning, the team wanted to see whether the scanner could detect smoke and mist.
The duo recognised that laser scanning is conventionally performed with the aim of collecting very precise data. They instead wanted to experiment with using scanning technology for "speculation and experimentation" in a bid to aid the design process and provoke moments of "delight".
One of these delightful projects was scanning mist, which they made using a range of techniques including water vapour, atomising systems, flour and even special pyrotechnics.