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Saturday, May 6 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Weather Related Time Change! —The Physical Feedback Loop: Using Digital Fabrication to Drive Emerging Technology

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Digital fabrication can transform research - enabling rapid iteration and experimentation to deliver . Matthew Borgatti, who develops and fabricates squishy machines at Super-Releaser the soft robotics and compliant systems design lab, will be talking about using digital fabrication to prototype novel mechanisms and solve complex problems through rapid iteration. He’ll be discussing learning from quick experiments using digitally fabricated tools, scaling from prototypes into small and then large scale manufacturing, and how to choose the right fabrication method to suit the underlying problems that need to be solved by a design.

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Matthew Borgatti

Matthew Borgatti is Lead Scientist at Super-Releaser, the soft systems design lab. At Super-Releaser, he's developed spacesuit component prototypes, compliant structures for human/drone interaction, and proof-of-concept design patterns for universal soft exoskeletons. He is deepl... Read More →


Saturday May 6, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Ballroom A,B, C