Whirl Point Printer

Stemming from a divided icosahedron, the geometry is lead into a process of growth via tree algorithms coupled with a point emitter function governed by randomized algorithms.

Simultaneosly, as the Icosahedron deforms and branches, a swarm of noise occupies a 3D field around it in senseless motion.

Both scripts are defined by a common geometry.

Although happening happening together, the swarming activity encapsulating the icosahedron’s growth simulates an effect of a peculiar kind of 3D printing.




Program: Masters In Advanced Architecture 01

Course Title: Computational Design

Instructors: Aldo Solazzo, Rodrigo Aguirre 

Student: Mohamad Rachid Jalloul