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Morphing Voxel: Development of the Physical Programmable Matter Composed of Distributed Self-Folding Origami Modules
분산형 자가 접힘 종이접기 모듈을 통한 프로그래밍 가능한 시트

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Authors
김사름
Advisor
조규진
Major
공과대학 기계항공공학부
Issue Date
2017
Publisher
서울대학교 대학원
Keywords
Programmable MatterOrigamiSelf-FoldingModular SystemSmart Actuator
Description
학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 대학원 : 기계항공공학부, 2017. 2. 조규진.
Abstract
Developing programmable matter in material world is a challenging issue. This thesis presents a new programmable shape-changing system that is lightweight, and compact composed of distributed morphing voxel. Mobility of the system is generated by a multitude of identical units, so that the integrated system can make and change into specific shapes. Morphing Voxel can generate the dimensional variation between 3-D cubic block and 2-D flat sheet like physical 3-D pixel by designing simple origami pattern and embedding low-profile actuator. Single voxel has 30 mm side length, weighs 2.2 g, and takes average 3 to 4 seconds for single transformation. By separating the system with actuation unit–Morphing Voxel–and infrastructure–base layer–, the system have more freedom to the system in rearrangement, replacement, and repairing of the unit.
The thesis presents a design and fabrication method of the morphing voxel for compact shape-changing system as a way of building programmable matter in physical world. Also, the thesis contains demonstration of the concept with 4×4 matrix form arrangement, and made 5×3 tangible letter shifting display. In future, this system can be used as a shape-change platform for multi-functional devices e. g. haptic interface, 3-D morphing map, and tangible display.
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/123944
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