Digitally-Assisted Fabrication

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James Hayes, researcher at the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) and partner at If Then Architecture will present an overview of the Digitally-Assisted Fabrication research developed at CIMS. Digitally-Assisted Fabrication uses hybrid digital/analog workflows via the coupling of digitization and digital fabrication technologies. Much of the research has taken place within the context of the rehabilitation of sculptural stone elements of the Parliament Buildings National Historic Site of Canada in concert with skilled masons and sculptors.
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BIM News & Views
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Cabada BIM, CanBIM
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