Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 24mm 1, There are no discussion topics on this book ib. Login Forgot your password? Thanks for telling us about the problem. An overview of the present state of research in the relatively young scientific field of biomimetics shows the potential of this approach. Kp5 added it Jul 25, The connection to traditional techniques in craftsmanship are as interesting as the investigation of the potentials of novel design- and production technologies, that create a new formal language. The course Skin and Surface — Biomimetic Design and Bauhaus experiments with the innovation method biomimetics in the context of the Bauhaus tradition.
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A brief description of historic developments and classical approaches such as analogy research sets the stage for a strategic search for a new methodology of design. Different methods of biomimetic design are compared with regard to information transfer. Application fields in various scales and successful examples in architecture are presented to illustrate the use of basic biological phenomena such as emergence, differentiation, intelligence and interactivity in a technological as well as designed environment.
Own projects as case studies in biomimetic design are described and compared to derive success factors for future projects. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. References W.
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The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules Rent the eBook Rental duration: 1 or 6 month low-cost access online reader with highlighting and note-making option can be used across all devices About this book The book presents an outline of current activities in the field of biomimetics and integrates a variety of applications comprising biophysics, surface sciences, architecture and medicine. Biomimetics as innovation method is characterised by interdisciplinary information transfer from the life sciences to technical application fields aiming at increased performance, functionality and energy efficiency. The contributions of the book relate to the research areas: - Materials and structures in nanotechnology and biomaterials - Biomimetic approaches to develop new forms, construction principles and design methods in architecture - Information and dynamics in automation, neuroinformatics and biomechanics Readers will be informed about the latest research approaches and results in biomimetics with examples ranging from bionic nano-membranes to function-targeted design of tribological surfaces and the translation of natural auditory coding strategies. About the authors Dietmar Bruckner works as assistant professor at the Institute of Computer Technology of the Vienna University of Technology, his main research areas are building automation and smart homes, Bayesian statistics, cognitive science, applications of neuro-psychoanalytical concepts for automation systems and intelligent and assistive environments for future living.
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