Cardboard models

Cardboard models

Used in the design process to show formal and spatial relationships without regard to the materials or functions of the final built structure.
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Prototypes that used to exist in the past, from cardboard models up to elaborately designed, functional demonstration models, can now be tested in VR as virtual prototypes.
Simple mockups can range from cardboard models to 3D-printed parts to full-size models.
"It was based on Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona chair from the 1929 World Expo, and became his most famous chair." Koolhaas kept cardboard models of the Mobius in his backpack and trotted it around parties, asking beautiful girls to try it on.
The cover of the 1967 album famously features Peter Blake's colourful collage of life-sized cardboard models of famous faces.
Amandla Stenberg is luminous as the stricken heroine with the compromised immune system, whose daydreams unfold in life-size versions of the cardboard models she constructs for an online architecture course.
As a platform, virtual reality isn't as much of a novelty as it was a few years ago, thanks to headsets ranging from entry-level cardboard models to higher-end models like the HTC Vive and PlayStation VR.
Students should be encourage to make cardboard models of the revamped old factory building.
He pitched ideas for how the set might change from the prior year, then created cardboard models of the venue.
For the duration of the festival an exhibition of miniature cardboard models and characters -- one of the 50 wastepaper-and-cardboard box sets created for "Tito on Ice" -- will adorn the cinema lobby.
Sensitively drawn images in frames of many sizes, thumbnail sketches, doodles, collage, photography, computer graphics, cardboard models, and story boards, all have a part to play.
Here, cardboard models, figurines, hand-held video cameras and other curious contraptions combine to convey a family's arrival at a seemingly Pleasantville-style town.
They also made greeting cards and created cardboard models with their pictures on them.