The School of Architecture and the Urban Design Build Studio (UDBS) are pleased to host special events to coincide with REAL 2016 — a showcase of reality computing technologies — at Fort Mason on March 8-9.
CMU’s UDBS is an interdisciplinary collaborative of students, professors and allied professionals who work with community residents on implementation of appropriate, affordable, replicable design solutions for the benefit of the public-at-large.
Students exhibiting and presenting at REAL 2016 include those from the UDBS and IDeATe programs under the direction of John Folan, the T. David Fitz-Gibbon Professor of Architecture and founder and director of UDBS, and Reality Computing Teaching Fellow Pyry Matikaninen from the Robotics Institute.
The team is currently working on NAVADAPT – a prototype kitchen designed for disabled veterans that serves as a working laboratory exploring the potentials of emerging technologies in the design of human-centered environments.
R.S.V.P. with your availability to Alli Frymoyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412.268.4849 by March 4.