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COMPAS XR
Compas FAB
Compas Timber
AIXD: AI-eXtended Design
AI-Augmented Architectural Design
Impact Printing
AR Timber Assemblies
Architectural Design with Conditional Autoencoders
Integrated 3D Printed Facade
Think Earth SP7
Robotic Plaster Spraying
Additively Manufactured Facade
Human-Machine Collaboration
Timber Assembly with Distributed Architectural Robotics
Eggshell Benches
Eggshell
CantiBox
Autonomous Dry Stone
RIBB3D
Data Driven Acoustic Design
Mesh Mould Prefabrication
Data Science Enabled Acoustic Design
Thin Folded Concrete Structures
FrameForm
Adaptive Detailing
Deep Timber
Robotic Fabrication Simulation for Spatial Structures
Jammed Architectural Structures
RobotSculptor
Digital Ceramics
On-site Robotic Construction
Mesh Mould Metal
Smart Dynamic Casting and Prefabrication
Spatial Timber Assemblies
Robotic Lightweight Structures
Mesh Mould und In situ Fabricator
Complex Timber Structures
Spatial Wire Cutting
Robotic Integral Attachment
Mobile Robotic Tiling
Software Environments
Aerial Construction
Smart Dynamic Casting
Topologie-Optimierung
Mesh Mould
Acoustic Bricks
TailorCrete
BrickDesign
Echord
FlexBrick
Additive Fabrikation
Raumakustik


COMPAS XR, 2024-2025
Software development project
COMPAS XR streamlines extended reality workflows to ease the implementation of human-machine collaborative applications in architectural research and educational environments. This open-source tool leverages eXtended Reality (XR) technologies to facilitate advanced visualization of construction sequences and real-time collaboration. Users can efficiently preview and modify robotic fabrication paths, ensuring seamless integration of automation in construction projects. The ability to interact directly with robotic arms enhances precision, optimizing the execution of complex designs and minimizing potential errors.

Designed for the modern construction environments, COMPAS XR empowers professionals , researchers, and fabricators to manage and implement projects with precision and accuracy. By enabling a more intuitive understanding of spatial relationships and construction dynamics, it reduces time-to-completion and helps maintain high standards of quality and safety. COMPAS XR is instrumental in pushing the boundaries of traditional construction practices, offering a solution for today’s advanced architectural design and digital fabrication processes.

Credits:
Design++, ETH Zurich

Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich

Department of Architecture, Princeton University
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Gramazio Kohler Research
Professur für Architektur und Digitale Fabrikation
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