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sábado, 5 de janeiro de 2013

Design interactivo, CarveWright, e o Walkbot

Outra boa dica do nosso amigo Affonso Orciuoli, da Digi-Fab USB, é este Site fascinante sobre Design Interactivo, de Rodrigo Medina, a Design Playgrounds:

About 
Hello , My name is Rodrigo Medina, was born in Mexico City (1985), I like to think  of my self as an experimental designer  my work and interests expands in several fields , experimental architecture , object design  and also generative graphics and interactive design.






CarveWright é uma boa maneira de terem uma Fresa CNC onde podem, por exemplo, fresar Moldes para Fundição de Alumínio, a partir de Ficheiros 3D.


E faz mesmo 3D, se bem que será em "fatias", como quando se faziam Modelos de Barcos:

The CarveWright 
is Easy-to-Use With the simple to use drag-and-drop software, and the automated setup of the CarveWright machine, you can easily create spectacular projects in no time. Have more fun with less learing time. Plus, we have extensive tutorials and TIps & Tricks articles to show you how to keep doing more.



 




... E para se lembrarem de que há muito Boa Gente neste Mundo, eis uma grande ideia, para ajudar a recuperar vítimas de Ataque Cardíaco!
Um Feliz 2013 para todos!



Walkbot exoskeleton rehabilitates stroke survivors

Jason Falconer

After suffering a stroke or spinal cord injury, a patient regaining their ability to walk typically requires three to five physical therapists supporting them while physically moving their limbs. This is not only physically exhausting, but leaves therapists at risk of personal injury. Now, the leading health care facilities in Korea have adopted a rehab robot that only requires one therapist – the Walkbot combines an adjustable lower-body robotic exoskeleton that moves a patient's legs in time with a treadmill.






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