Zone: Technology Quarter
Location: Institute Hall (INS/073) - TBD
Time: All Day
Science and art are often conceptually separated. We will show that this should not be the case through these projects: Origami: Origami can take on intricate and complex patterns to become almost terrifyingly beautiful. We will delve into the fine line between the aesthetics of paper folding and its mathematics. Historically, origami was created as gifts - for good luck, or for mourning, or as a peace offering. Together with the attendants of Imagine RIT, an elaborate sculpture of paper will be constructed as a gift to be donated to Imagine RIT. Lights & Color: Light is the fastest thing in the universe, traveling at a speed greater than we can imagine. A vibrant, dynamic, and vital source of energy, it drew humanity out of the dark ages. In this project, we will illuminate the dazzling aspects of visible light and paint a literal picture in your mind and on the wall for all to see. Computer Science: The beauty of mathematical concepts is often difficult to appreciate, let alone visualize. But through the use of technology and computer science, programming can be utilized to express the subtle artistry of math and bring its abstract concepts down to reality.
Priscilla Wong, Julia Okvath, Tianche Zhou, Kayla Mouriz, Joshua Carroll, Elizabeth Huntzicker, Lauren Samar, Daniel Watson, David Lanza, Alexander Madden, Zach Lauzon, Sarah Pao, Sarah Kearns, Jackson Henry, Gary Arriaga
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