Roos Meerman Canorgraphy machine and website
Award winning Roos Meerman researches techniques and processes, using her design mentality to innovate and pioneer. By altering existing machines or tools, she finds new ways to translate her amazement for nature and physics into something tangible. The outcome is used as a way to talk about advancement in technology and as a conversation starter for crossover collaborations with scientists and industrial partners. With a special interest in 3D printing, Meerman explores the potential of this game-changing technique in multiple projects, challenging the boundaries and applicabilities of both material and mechanics.
For Roos Meerman we coded the software and user interface for her Canorgraphy machine. We also designed the hardware setup that exists out of a few steppermotors, an arduino, touchscreen and mac mini.
We also developed her website that was made in collaboration with Vincent Hammingh.