Ammar Hattab

Ammar Hattab
Brown University · Department of Computer Engineering

PhD

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Carving is a subtractive process where we get the shape by removing materials. While most people can get roughly the right intended shape, it is usually challenging not to over-cut the model. We propose a method that helps an unskilled user to carve a rough physical replica of a 3D model using the minimum number of cuts while only using manual cutt...
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We propose a method that helps an unskilled user to carve a physical replica of a 3D CAD model while only using manual cutting tools. The method starts by analyzing the input CAD model and generates a set of carving instructions. Then using a projector, we project the instructions sequentially one at a time to a block of material to guide the user...
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This paper intends to present a large-scale dataset for Arabic morphology from a cognitive point of view considering the uniqueness of the root–pattern phenomenon. The center of attention is focused on studying this singularity in terms of estimating associative relationships between roots as a higher level of abstraction for words meaning, and all...
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During the creative process, designers use various techniques and strategies to move from the abstract to the concrete, utilizing different physical and virtual means to represent form. The changes between virtual and physical models are not always fluent, however. Differential 3D scanning can detect the differences between a scanned model (point c...
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3D shape design tends to be a long and tedious process, with the design of a detailed 3D part usually requiring multiple revisions. Fabricating physical prototypes using low cost 3D fabrication technologies at intermediate stages of the design process is now a common practice, which helps the designer discover errors, and to incrementally refine th...

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Develop new tools for Industrial Designers and regular users for shape design and fabrication.