our members have been testing the next release of kuka|prc for quite a while now, and we now feel ready to let everyone try it out! most exciting, new features like direct robot control (mxa, sunrise), kmr support, nc import etc. are not available in the free version, but also non-members will benefit from the many small tweaks!
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Association for Robots in Architecture | Membership
note: after 8 years of robots in architecture, we recently had to slightly adjust our membership fees. what started as an ambitious ideas has since greatly grown. at the same time our responsibilities have grown as well, and while we still donate our work for free to the association, we cannot require the same of our teams. email (required
robots in architecture. june 24, 2017 | joseph sarafian. the most recent technological shift in the lineage of architectural innovations is here, but it is more than a new tool for realizing old architecture. 6-axis robot arms are creating a new way to construct forms that were once thought of as merely digital experiments.
johannes braumann is researching applications of industrial robots in architecture.he is a graduate of master building science and technology and fellow of the austrian academy of sciences. together with sigrid brell-cokcan, he founded the association for robots in architecture with the goal of making robotic arms accessible to the creative industry, organized rob|arch 2012, the first
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ROB|ARCH 2018 | Robotic Fabrication in Architecture, Art
key topics and issues of rob|arch 2018 include autonomous control systems, advanced construction, collaborative design tools, computerised materials and structures, adaptive sensing and actuation, on-site and cooperative robotics, machine-learning, human-machine interaction, large-scale robotic fabrication and networked workflows.