SoArch 2012 Fall Lecture: Simon Kim and Mark Yin, 'Engineering Architects'-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, November 5, 2012

SoArch 2012 Fall Lecture: Simon Kim and Mark Yin, 'Engineering Architects'

Monday, 05 November, 6:00pm, Carnegie Museum of Art Theater

Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture

2012 Fall Lecture Series

Mon 05 November
Simon Kim and Mark Yin
IMMERSIVE KINEMATICS
'Engineering Architects'
6:00pm Carnegie Museum of Art Theater

Alan H Rider Distinguished Lecture
Admission is FREE and open to the public, no food or beverages allowed in the theater

immersive kinematics

Immersive Kinematics is a unique research group focusing on integrating robotics, interaction, and embedded intelligence in our buildings, cities, and cultures. Directed by Simon Kim and Mark Yim, IK is a collaboration between the University of Pennsylvania schools of Engineering and Design, teaming architecture and engineering students in mechatronic projects. Recent collaborations include Technology in Shakespeare, Unethical Machines, a PS1 pavilion, and a Cyborg Ballet. Mark Yim is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics and has developed modular self-reconfigurable robots that can transform its shape, walking gaits, and reassemble themselves after being broken into pieces. Simon Kim is an Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture, and Principal of Ibañez Kim Studio. His research has been an architectural engagement with electronic devices, dynamic environments and urban space as a continually changing system.