Matthew Beanland's scientific contributions

Publications (2)

Conference Paper
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The construction industry's reliance on two-dimensional documentation results in inefficiency, inconsistency, waste, human error, increased cost and the impracticality of architectural experimentation with novel form, structure, material or fabrication approaches. We describe a software platform that enables designers to create interactive holograp...

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... The use of mixed-reality devices in digital-fabrication methods has become increasingly common in recent years. Mixed-reality devices were used in digital fabrication applications such as knitting with bamboo material [6], brick wall assembly [7,8], knitting with metal bars [9], timber structures assembly [4], making a vault structure with Styrofoam pieces [10], and rubble bridge-making [11], as well as in additive manufacturing [12]. Mixed-reality devices were also used in the design and digital fabrication study with composite parts that are stretched and shaped [13]. ...
... Fabrication in augmented reality has proven to be an effective and expedient method for forming and assembling complex structures from steel (Jahn et al. 2018), bricks (Mitterberger et al. 2020;Jahn et al. 2019) and steam bent timber (Jahn, Wit, and Pazzi 2019). Recent work has also demonstrated augmented reality applications working with flexible materials such as bent bamboo (Goepel and Crolla 2020) or non-uniform and unprocessed timber (Lok 2022). ...