Camille: “composting” trash with 3DPrinting

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Camille is a grasshopper algorithm that exploits complexity freedom in 3DPrinting to bind diposed objects with products from local entrepreneurs in order to produce chairs. The algorithm adapts to the interfaces in old furniture, different chair sizes, filament selection, and the available printing volume. The result is a flower shaped chair that composts material to produce new life out of that, which we consider trash.

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