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Immersive Kinematics: A New Research Website at the University of Pennsylvania

Immersive Kinematics: A New Research Website at the University of Pennsylvania
Caterpillar (Courtesy of Immersive Kinematics)
Caterpillar (Courtesy of Immersive Kinematics)

Immersive Kinematics, a new research group at the University of Pennsylvania, shared with us their newly launch website. The research agenda expands the roles of architecture and engineering focusing on integrating robotics, interaction, and embedded intelligence in our buildings, cities, and cultures.

It owes much to the unique commitment from the School of Engineering as a partner and collaborator beyond the classical roles of architect and engineer. We’ve just started working, and will have more uploads to come with expanded research. The group offers a class teaming architecture and engineering students in mechatronic projects.

Check out their website here.

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Alison Furuto
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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Immersive Kinematics: A New Research Website at the University of Pennsylvania" 25 Jan 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/105787/immersive-kinematics-a-new-research-website-at-the-university-of-pennsylvania/> ISSN 0719-8884
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