Lofts

1.1

(150, 100, 150)

1.2

1.3

(100, 150, 150)

1.4

(150, 100, 150)

Key

1.5

(140, 80, 150)

(78, 128, 106)

(50, 0, 150)

(0, 50, 150) (0, 58, 110) (45, 150, 30)

(35, 20, 90)

(137, 89, 77)

(150, 92, 110)

(115, 130, 90)

(30, 133, 44)

(150, 75, 0)

(150, 150, 0) (52, 150, 31)

(72, 22, 106)

Attractor / Control Points (X,Y,Z) Vector Lines Grid Points

(10, 70, 150)

Offseted Grid Points

(0, 50, 150)

(13, 61, 77)

(150, 98, 0)

(45, 150, 30)

(98, 0, 31)

(35, 20, 90)

(120, 17, 44)

(150, 75, 0)

(105, 0, 30)

(45, 140, 25)

(150, 90, 0)

(35, 20, 95)

(105, 10, 25)

(105, 0, 30) (0, 0, 0)

(0, 75, 0)

(0,0,0)

(115, 130, 95)

(115, 130, 90)

(0, 60, 0)

(0, 75, 0)

(0, 52, 0)

{Index Selection}

{Index Selection}

{Index Selection}

{Index Selection}

{Index Selection}

Paneling

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

Paneling Grid & Attractor Points

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

3.5 (150, 150, 50)

(150, 150, 50)

(240, 90, 0)

(157, 97, 0)

(100, 150, 0)

(100, 150, 0)

(0, 0, 50) (-6, 52, -1) {Y-axis offset}

{Normals offset}

{Attractor Point Locations}

(0, 0, 50) (50, 0, 0)

(150, 90, -90) (50, 0, 0)

(-90, 60, 0) {Attractor Point Locations}

{Attractor Point Locations} (0, 60, -90)

(10, 70, 150)

Task 01 Matrix Throughout my task 1, I was trying to create a form that would create a spiralling movement. So my final design is a combination of all the features and controls that worked best for creating a spiralling movement. For the matrix, there were many more variables and controls than what I can show. In addition, my iteration process wasn’t linear to the point where It can be shown in 3 groups. So I’ve decided to show the most significant decisions/features that I’ve iterated through and picked that resulted in my final design. I’ve placed the final one that I’ve picked on the 5th column for all 3 rows.

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Joshua Tsang - DD Module 2 Journal

Joshua Tsang's Digital Deisgm - M2 Module Journal

Joshua Tsang - DD Module 2 Journal

Joshua Tsang's Digital Deisgm - M2 Module Journal