CHORA TU Berlin @ BIM Scotland 2019

If buildings could compute

What if our urban and architectural built environment could communicate, understand us or give feedback? What if the walls surrounding us were not only structurally and climatically relevant, but had new functions; sensing, actuating, calculating, processing, producing power, storing data and learning?

Speaker: Liss C. Werner, Architect and Assistant Professor in Computational Architecture and Cybernetics, Lab Leader of CHORA's CyPhyLab

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