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Programming in Architecture | Tensegrity | NASA
TENSEGRITY IN ARCHITECTURE (NASA Technology)
Four girls | Programming | Algorithms | Arduino| Ukraine
Team members: Grebeneva Irina, Daryna Gulei, Beletskaya Krisitina, Daria Rosh, 
Mentor: Dmytro Aranchii

Spring-fall 2018 | Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture
“Education is the key to success”
As is true with any project encompassing so many different aspects, there were some ups and downs, but that's to be expected. Whether learning "Processing" or trying to create our own algorithms or developing construction system, everyone pulled together and worked as a team. The bottom line is, I know how much time and energy this project demanded, and I deeply appreciate all of your efforts, girls! On behalf of the entire team, we would like to thank Viktor Dolgopiatov who despite his workload helped us to understand how does the Tensegrity movement mechanism work. I have never met a more talented engineer! And of course, The success of the project would not have been possible without the valued support of the Dmytro Aranchii. Thank you, from all of us! This project was an INCREDIBLE experience for me as an architect and now a little bit coder)
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