3D contour crafted habitation on earth and in space

Podcast
Space Specials
  • RO_2015_Behrokh Khoshnevis_final
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30:01 Min.
Encounters with Spacewalkers (Part 1)
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30:04 Min.
New space economies
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30:01 Min.
Going to the moon with ARTEMIS
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30:01 Min.
Space movies: between fact and fiction
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30:01 Min.
Testing to live. Being in space.
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30:01 Min.
Humans in space
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28:00 Min.
Habitats on moon and Mars built from local material
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28:01 Min.
Scale - how big is space
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28:00 Min.
Time dilation in space/flight
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28:01 Min.
Rituals of human space exploration

Dr. Barbara Imhof, space architect, interviews Behrokh Khoshnevis in Pasadena, CA, USA.

Behrokh Khoshnevis is a professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering and is the Director of Manufacturing Engineering Graduate Program at the University of Southern California (USC). He pioneered Contour Crafting (CC), a layered fabrication technology in the field of 3D printing and talks about applications on earth, on the Moon and on Mars.
Contour Crafting technology has great potential for automating the construction of whole structures as well as sub-components. Using this process, a single house or a colony of houses, each with possibly a different design, may be automatically constructed in a single run, embedded in each house all the conduits for electrical, plumbing and air-conditioning.

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