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Soft technology

Exhibition: SOFT TECHNOLOGY Galleri 3.14 Bergen, Norway 19.08-25.09.2011 Presenting “Pulp Cryption” – a prototype project featuring self-folding origami. Pulp Cryption envisages a novel angle on data protection; in this case, paper documents that contain sensitive information. The work has come out of my participation in the Soft Tech research group initiated by Hillevi Munthe in… Read More »

PULP CRYPTION 2011

Pulp Cryption – a prototype project featuring self-folding origami.   Many people are worried about having their identities stolen and consequently shred all kinds of documents that contain sensitive information. Yet such documents may be decrypted by painstakingly putting the shreds back together (as seen on CSI, etc). – How could one protect oneself against… Read More »

Muscle Wire 2

SOFT TECHNOLOGY: MUSCLE WIRE WORKLAB @ KHIB Day 2 Activities: Making different wire shapes Working on gas torch heating techniques Applying muscle wires to different materials (paper/textiles) with different qualities (folds, pleats, laser cut fabrics) Testing how two different shaped muscle wires can work together Videos Laser cut fabric tests: Self-folding origami tests:

Muscle Wire 1

SOFT TECHNOLOGY: MUSCLE WIRE WORKLAB @ KHIB with Hillevi Munthe, Hilde Hauan, Terese Stenhjem, Øyvind Mellbye, Nick Stevens and Amanda Steggell 16-19 November 2010 – a working session drawing on the experience and knowledge of the participants. We will experiment with muscle wire/shape memory alloys (SMA) in textiles. Soft Technology is initiated by Hillevi Munthe… Read More »