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Interworking between Physical and Digital Models for Performance-Oriented Design of Kinetic Building Components
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Interworking between Physical and Digital Models for Performance-Oriented Design of Kinetic Building Components
Jang, Do-Jin; Kim, Sung-Ah;
Kinetic building components, which respond to the changing environmental conditions or user demands, need different design process from traditional static building components. For performance-oriented design of kinetic building components with dynamic movements, interwoking between the physical model and the digital model via physical computing is advantageous. Even though the digital model can control the actuators of physical model in real-time, the two models cannot correspond with each other, due to physical conditions including material properties and the surrounding environment. For accurate evaluation performance, the shape and motion of physical model needs to be reflected in the digital model. This study aimed to devise a motion-capture-based system of interworking between physical and digital models. The motion-capture data of the physical model can be used for verification of the deviation between it and digital model and, based on its shape, for optimization of Kinetic building components operation.
Kinetic Building Components;Performance Based Design;Interworking between Physical Model and Digital Model;Motion Capture;Kinetic facade;Optimization;
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