Message - Re: What will society be like in the future so we know what we need to design?

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Posted by  Per Corell on June 03, 2003 at 10:49:57:

In Reply to:  Re: What will society be like in the future so we know what we need to design? posted by Ruud van Heyningen on June 03, 2003 at 09:01:47:

You are quite right, --- many of the structures is heavily over structured, but this also depend of the material of the structure.
Explernation ; this structure replace 20 different beam types, in the tradisional 3-Plane structures , have no hangers fittings and bolts as these is no use and not needed.
Where else do you se a 2-Plane structure, a structure you can not describe in the tradisional top/front/side views but still is exact defined in it's own "world" ,where axis is not that horisontal and vertical ------- Still check the graphics and you ,will se horisontal floors and vertical walls , even the structure itself is not one made in top/side/front views , it still "produce" vertical walls and horisontal floors. This need no explernation but when you open your mind for this, it is a wonder, why do you even act hostile towerds these new oppotunities ?
The explernation is that here is one material only and one production equipment type only, you don't bend anything, the thing don't carry hangers so it can not collapse ----- this need no explernation it's an ansver.
This thing offer the first true direct link to production, ---- shuld you by reflex be hostile towerds this ?
Since when shuld new develobments look exactly as what was here before, if it did so would it be somthing new ?

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