The Affordances of Robotic Production

  • Mahesh Daas University of Kansas
  • Andrew John Wit Temple University

Abstract

ABSTRACT: The paper delves into the unique affordances of robotic production in architecture and their growing potential to reshape the discipline when paired with Artificial Intelligence (AI). Over the past decade, a range of robots have been engaged within architectural production processes including fabrication, assembly, construction and real time responsiveness to materials and situational variances. The paper emphasizes the differences between the two-decade old paradigm of digital fabrication and the emerging paradigm of what we have termed and defined as robotic production.

 

KEYWORDS: Robotics; Manufacturing; Robotic Production; Computation

Published
2018-09-25
How to Cite
Daas, M., & Wit, A. (2018). The Affordances of Robotic Production. ARCC Conference Repository. https://doi.org/10.17831/rep:arcc%y532