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Robotics in architectural education


Robotics rapidly is becoming an important part of architectural design at all stages, from early conceptual work to construction. In this article is presented the present state of the art in the field related to architectural education, from computer numerical control (CNC) milling tools, through drones to multi-axis robotic arms. Professionals involved in modern design techniques often use them to create precise, complex forms that previously were not possible. This raises the question of whether and how architecture schools can provide adequate knowledge and basic skills. In this article, the authors discuss, through the example of a design course at Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk, Poland, the introduction of robotics to Master’s students at the Faculty of Architecture. It gives an overview ofexercises, requirements, results and evaluation.

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World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education nr 17, strony 459 - 464,
ISSN: 1446-2257
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Cudzik J., Radziszewski K.: Robotics in architectural education// World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education -Vol. 17,iss. 4 (2019), s.459-464
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