10/2017 - 01/2018


  • Loe Feijs

Key learning points

  • 3D programming
  • DLP 3D printing
  • Aesthetics



Golden Ratio & Generative Arts

For this course, the learning objective consisted of materializing mathematics in a generative manner. I created an application allowing users to create pendants using customizable variables. The pendant consists of segments divided in two basic shapes, which can be chosen by the user. The additional variables control length and width of these segments. The resulting model can be exported and 3D printed. The resulting model is rather small and should be detailed. Using regular Fused Deposition Modeling 3D printing did not suffice for the required level of detail. Instead, Digital Light Processing, a more precise 3D printing method, was used to materialize these models.