The custom, data-controlled (CNC) Paste Extruder, designed and built by the makerspace team, serves as a medium of engagement with local materiality. It also offers a platform for learning, teaching, and experimenting. It’s 1st task: 3D printing clay. Local and visiting collaborators helped bring this task to fruition during the “Turning the Wheel” event (11-23 […]
Bringing history to life! Our team partnered with the Department of Antiquities to create a stunning replica of the iconic marble Head of Aphrodite (Hellenistic period / Amathus, Limassol district, Cyprus). Using photogrammetry and 3D scanning at the Cyprus Museum, we crafted a true-to-life 3D model ready for 3D printing. Through this collaboration, we hope to […]
Soft Robotics is an experimental project led by our first resident artist Marisa Satsia, that involves the design and fabrication of inflatable soft sculptures. These sculptures were made from flexible silicone which allows the flow of air to transform their shape and form, thus creating movement.
The Bionic Arm was fabricated as part of a workshop led by Dimitris Constantinides. Our technicians assisted throughout the project with the design and fabrication of the individual parts needed for the arm assembling, as well as with the programming of the overall prototype actions and responses to human interaction.
The Ledra Palace Museum project was led by two Multidisciplinary Research Groups of CYENS Centre of Excellence, Museum Lab & ITICA MRGs, which were in close collaboration with the Leventis Municipal Museum of Nicosia. We are very proud to have assisted with the interactive table exhibit by 3D modeling and 3D printing the objects that […]
A collection of exhibits led by our artist in residency Ibrahim Ince. His project focused on archival photographs and digital fabricated objects as tools of memory recollection. With our technicians assistance he digitally fabricated the objects remaining from his grandparents’ old house in Larnaca, which was abandon in 1974.
One size fits all, Face capture mocap for GoPro camera. Components were 3D modelled and 3D printed for CYENS MRG group V-Eupnea. Put together and prototyped, with V-Eupnea researchers, this simple entry-level facial motion capture headcam is already yielding results.
It was our pleasure assisting the CYENS HealthXR MRG intern Panagiotis Paspalides. The project focused on developing a wearable system for upper limb motion tracking, meant to be used in rehabilitation exercises by lymphedema patients.
As Collaborators we couldn’t be more pleased today, when we received documentation from the Cyprus Pavilion “Anachoresis: Upon Inhabiting Distances”, part of the 17th International Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition! Our Team had aided participants of the Cyprus pavilion in #3d modeling #3dprinting and documenting several of the artefacts featured in the above exhibition via our […]