28.10.2020

Doubly curved concrete roof complete

Doubly curved concrete roof complete

Together with industry partners, researchers at ETH Zurich and NCCR Digital Fabrication have developed new construction methods for building a doubly curved concrete roof. Now it is complete and under the open sky for the first time.In collaboration with partners from the construction industry,…

24.11.2020

This Wednesday, our New Normal webinar welcomes Prof. Dr. Alexandra Cloots @ost_fh who will give results from her i… https://t.co/9Absfb2cmR

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15.10.2020

Digital Bamboo

The Digital Bamboo pavilion explores the innovative combination of a naturally grown material with digital fabrication.

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15.10.2020

Whole-Body MPC and Online Gait Sequence Generation for Wheeled-Legged Robots

Whole-Body MPC and Online Gait Sequence Generation for Wheeled-Legged Robots

Our roller-walking robot ANYmal equipped with actuated wheels performs hybrid locomotion in challenging environments.Journal article submitted to IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L) and IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2021 in Xi’an,…

16.11.2020

Register now to join us this Wednesday for the New Normal: Tales from the Home Office This session is dedicated to… https://t.co/NiZK7w2Py8

13.10.2020

Robotic Fabrication in AEC

Computational AEC Melbourne 24 September 2020 | 6th meeting

NCCR Alumnus Alexander Walzer presents DFAB HOUSE as part of a discussion on streamlining design processes. Part of Computational AEC Melbourne 24 September 2020.

DFAB HOUSE

31.08.2020

Keeping tabs on DFAB HOUSE

DFAB HOUSE may have opened and now be an occupied house, but that doesn’t mean that the project is over. Far from it. In fact, the house is now in the first phase of longitudinal studies to see just how well digitally fabricated objects hold up. Initial results are in, and they show that actually,…

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11.08.2020

Robotic Embankment Prototype

Robotic Embankment Prototype

ROBOTIC EMBANKMENT PROTOTYPE, Summer 2020, ETH Zurich.Free-form autonomous formation in terrain with HEAP.This experiment with HEAP (Hydraulic Excavator for Autonomous Purposes) demonstrates our latest research in on-site and mobile digital fabrication with found materials. The embankment prototype…

03.11.2020

Don't forget to join us tomorrow for our second session of the "New Normal" This week we're discussing research int… https://t.co/EUKGfLPZbj

02.11.2020

After an excellent kick-off keynote, we are back this Wednesday for our next session. This week we're discussing re… https://t.co/0rnvagSvht