'This course is part of the practice oriented teaching trajectory "Contextualising" and runs codependently with CODE2230 - Human-Machine Interaction and CODE2270 - Building Information Management. The three courses introduce students to the 'Applied Level' of the Computational Design degree through the documentation and prototyping of an interactive small-scale pavilion. The course introduces and critiques innovative research studies on digital fabrication techniques and technologies. Students will be provided with the conceptual understanding, technical skills and working methods required to fabricate a responsive spatial solution, and apply principles of robotics and digital fabrication. The students performance will be evaluated with respect to their progressive work developed in preparation for or during the studio activities. Students will employ a range of verbal and multimedia communication skills to represent and deliver their research approach and prototyping results with professionalism, clarity and purpose.
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