Porous topologies, in cementitious mixtures or other cast materials, can be exploited for various architectural properties.

The first step in the service / product is to identify a given building element to construct and which parameters to control.  The second step is to embed, digitally, through the use of digital twins and simulations, data that can be used to inform implementation Next, the user aggregates the information pulled from step 2 into a regular point cloud. Then the data in aggregated and each point in the cloud is tagged with a set of values. The data tagged point cloud is then partitioned into groups or “cells” determined by the final output geometries. Each cell goes through a process to compute the necessary aggregate sizes, quantities, and density to achieve the desired local value. When the process is repeated and completed for each local cell, each is “frozen” and creates a unique tile in the global system, when can be stored, altered or fabricated as needed.

Markets identified as likely early adaptors or investors.  Specific firms to be targeted for research and development.