MESH Consultants recently attended the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture‘s annual conference in Cincinnati, Ohio: Computational Ecologies: Design in the Anthropocene. I presented our paper “Exact face offsetting for polygonal meshes,” jointly authored with Daniel Hambleton. The paper outlines a new … Read More
Last week I was lucky enough to represent MESH at the Banff International Research Station (BIRS). BIRS is a math research conference centre, nestled in the spectacular Canadian Rockies at the Banff Centre, which itself claims to be the “largest … Read More
There were, of course, many other words I found interesting, but these stood out in particular. I’m especially interested by the challenge of how a structural engineering practice can be a part of the open source and data creation communities … Read More
Well, I found most things interesting at ACADIA 2010, but these ones in particular grabbed my attention….