3D computer models built on Rhinoceros 5, then rendered with Brazil 2.0 and raytraced with Neon 1.0
A product design completed for FlexForm technologie's design competition. Made through a mold that was designed on Solidworks and built on a CNC machine.
This project won and received an award from FlexForm Technologies for the innovative way in which the material was manipulated.
The project was also published with Images Publishing Shanghai, in their 'Eco Packaging Now' magazine, September 2016 issue.
An interactive exhibition piece that allows the audience to understand and experience a glimpse of what it feels like to be a Synesthete.
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An Interactive Artist book installation created for the gallery space at Brown University's Granoff Art Center.
This installation depicts the experience of reading a book through the eyes of a Synesthete.
Group project - Sara Bdeir RISD ID '15 , Dah Hae Yoon RISD ID '14
Collaboration between RISD and Brown University engineer students to design and build a workspace concept for Brown University's Engineering Laboratory.
Convertible cantilever stool and bench, designed for public use.
Designers: Sara Bdeir RISD ID '15
Megan Correa RISD ID '15.
This table was designed to be used in different configurations to display objects such as plants and general decorations. The table can also be used as a display surface for any environment, and also for general personal use.
The table was made using ash wood and birch plywood.
A table built using 3/4'' wooden dowels and wood joinery. Built with hand tools.
Duma is a world where everything you can imagine is real. It is a project I created to produce collectible toy figurines for adults that would stimulate their imagination and creativity.I am pursuing this project that I started in the summer of 2014, with the goal of producing a short animation of the characters and 3D printing them into collectible toy figurines for display.
The Duma toy figurines have been illustrated, computer modeled on Rhino 3D, computer modeled on Blender, 3D printed on the MakerBot and animated into short videos.