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Virtual Environment Semester 1, 2013

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  • choonw@student.unimelb.edu.au

    CHOON SIEN WONG 640103VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT ENVS10008SEM 1, 2013GROUP 7MODULE 3 - FABRICATION

  • Module 1 - IdeationAnalytical Drawing

    Movement

    Symmetry

    Balance

    Paperwork Process

    Repetition of geometric shape - TrianglesTriangles within a triangle.

    Rotation, bending and scaling were used to form an extrution of the base pattern and the basic structure of the model.

  • Panelling with 2D Pattern

    Front View

    Perspective View

    Right View

    Orthographic ImagesTop View

    Clay Models

  • 3D Panels and the light effects

  • Prototype

    The unrolled panel was not to the right scale.

    The adjacent panels do not match and are out of propor-tion.

    The unrolled panel are exploded, making it a much longer process to assemble the lantern model.

    Diagram below is the final Rhino work on the unrolling of model.

  • The panels were unrolled horizontally.

    Panels were glued together using UHU Glue.

    In total, there are 9 levels of the model.

    The models were assembled, layer by layer from the 1st level to 4th and then from the 5th level to 9th level.

    It took me 8 hours to assemble the entire model.

    All spider web structure started our with a single thread.

    The frame is made first and the layout of the web starts from the centre of the radius and out towards the frame,

    I want to show the timeline of how the spider web is formed through my lantern model.

    The lantern model starts from the very bottom (small scale) and ends up at the end (largest scale).

    The surface isocurve is maintain to give a feel of touch-ing spider webs.

    Assembling Model

  • Light effect on Model

    Front View Effect Side View Effect Effect on the ceiling