Philippa Mothersill, V. Bove
Describe what you made. The EmotiveModeler is a CAD tool that takes advantage of our intuitive perception of the meaning embedded in objects. It allows designers to use words to create objects whose forms communicate emotive character. Imagine, for example, the simple cylindrical bottle full of spicy chili pepper sitting in your spice cabinet; it could be transformed into a more evocative, spiky, angular form simply by entering the word fiery and selecting a range of emotions related to the description! Briefly describe the process of how this was made. As a product designer, I create objects whose forms…
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