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Noumena is proud to be part of “ACADIA 2016 POSTHUMAN FRONTIERS: Data, Designers, and Cognitive Machines : Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture”, a publication edited by Kathy Velikov, Sen Ahlquist and Matias del Campo, with the research’s paper “Symbiotic Association” by Aldo Sollazzo with Angelos Chronis and Efilena Baseta, presented and Acadia Conference 2016 in Michigan the last October. “Symbiotic Associations”, focuses on the development of a methodology for capturing and modelling the growth of the mycelium fungus using photogrammetry based 3D scanning and computational analysis. It is a first step towards the development of an automated soil decontamination process, using an optimized bio-cell fungus seed that can be remotely populated through aerial transportation.

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