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Generative Design Could Radically Transform the Look of Our World

 

In Brief Generative design tools can create lightweight, stronger designs that use less material in almost any context, as they use algorithms to generate designs within parameters set by users. Experts think these designs will become common by 2020.

 

Extremely interesting.

 

It looks a bit stereotypically sci-fi, but unlike most stereotypical sci-fi architecture, I think this has potential--there are real engineering benefits as well. But it won't be common by 2020--maybe 2035.

 

Credit: Autodesk

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it is great because it takes the least materials but it is stronger and sturdier. aesthetic-wise it is ugly - a total eyesore.


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it is great because it takes the least materials but it is stronger and sturdier. aesthetic-wise it is ugly - a total eyesore.

I think it's pretty.


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