||Teaching digital fabrication in the post-industrial era
||Lara, Arthur Hunold; Marcelo Eduardo Giacaglia; Norberto Corrêa da Silva Moura
||The creation process of a product is a work of immersion and concentration, and is, seldom linear. A primary concept most likely will undergo modifications during the process. In what concerns teaching, a great number of Brazilian higher education institutions act exclusively on the formation of students as specialists in the creation of primary concepts. As for the process of refining an idea, as in prototype production and observation, this phase will only be learned and understood on the job market. Nowadays, new methodologies for digital fabrication put into evidence other strategies resulting from post-industrial production.
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||Digital fabrication; digital modeling; prototyping; education
Lara, Arthur Hunold; Marcelo Eduardo Giacaglia; Norberto Corrêa da Silva Moura (2009).
Teaching digital fabrication in the post-industrial era. SIGraDi 2009 - Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 16-18, 2009,