Tzu-Hung Ho – The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Located on the beach of southern chicago, interspace was designed to
provide an outlet for physical, mental, and social health to its residents.
Interspace allows residents to enjoy outdoor activities, and during unfavorable
weather, the building can be utilized for indoor activities.
Throughout the building, water and green belts help conserve energy with their
ability to adjust the temperature naturally. Through well-rendered images,
orthographic drawings, and conventional architectural drawings, it was easy to
see the concept, process, and actual articulation of a piece of architecture.
Dominik Galica and Maciej Wlodarczyk – AGH University of Science and Technology
An Attempt at a Photorealistic Visualization of Mine Workings and Work of a Mechanical Coal Miner
this project provides detailed documentation and animation of mining
operations and illustrates new and innovative techniques for visualization
of mining data. Using photorealistic depictions, it provides unique views in
understanding underground working conditions of people and machines, as
well as ensuring the safety of miners and geodesists through the color coding
and mapping of safety zones.
This project also introduces elements such as a belt conveyor used for
transporting output, tunnel intersections, and search lights, enabling the
designers to simulate a real-world working environment.