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351 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 32 cm
Introduction / Leila Kinney -- An introduction to Active matter / Skylar Tibbits -- Matter matters: a philosophical preface / Neil Leach -- Steelcase: an industry perspective on active matter / Sharon Tracy and Paul Noll -- Interview between Markus J. Buehler and Tomás Saraceno -- Multiscale computational design of bioinspired active materials for functionally diverse applications / Zhao Qin and Markus J. Buehler -- Silk materials at the intersection of technology and biology / Fiorenzo G. Omenetto -- Single-stranded DNA brick and tile assemblies / Luvena Ong and Peng Yin -- Kirigami with atom-thick paper / Paul McEuen -- Fouling resistance: controlling nanoscale adhesion with optical properties / Max Carlson, Alex Slocum, and Michael Short -- Programmable bacteria: an emerging therapeutic / Candice Gurbatri, Tetsuhiro Harimoto, and Tal Danino -- Guided growth: the interplay among life, material, and scaffolding / Katia Zolotovsky, Merav Gazit, and Christine Ortiz -- Mechanically guided deterministic assembly of 3D mesostructures in advanced materials / John A. Rogers -- Biomimetic 4D printing / A. Sydney Gladman, Elisabetta A. Matsumoto, L. Mahadevan, and Jennifer A. Lewis -- Hydrogel devices and machines / Xuanhe Zhao -- Universal hinge pattern for programmable matter / Nadia M. Benbernou, Erik D. Demaine, Martin L. Dermaine, and Anna Lubiw -- Microrobotics / Rob Wood -- Self-reconfiguring robot pebbles / Kyle Gilpin and Daniela Rus -- General principles for programming material / Athina Papadopoulou, Jared Laucks, and Skylar Tibbits -- Combinatorial design of floxelated metamaterials / Corentin Coulais and Martin van Hecke -- Hands-free origami: self-folding of polymer sheets / Ying Liu, Sally Van Gorder, Jan Genzer, and Michael D. Dickey -- Growing and morphing shapes: using swelling and geometry to control the shape of soft materials / Douglas P. Holmes -- Coffee bags and instinctive active materials: the path to ubiquity / Greg Blonder -- Hydro-fold / Christophe Guberan -- Heat-active auxetic material / Athina Papadopoulou, Hannah Lienhard, Jared Laucks, and Skylar Tibbits -- Biocouture / Suzanne Lee -- From material expressivity to material interaction / Behnaz Farahi -- Wanderers / Neri Oxman and the Mediated Matter Group -- Kinematics / Nervous System: Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg -- Knitted heat-active textiles: pixelated reveal and the radiant daisy / Felecia Davis and Delia Dumitrescu -- Programmable knitting: an environmentally responsive, shape-changing textile system / Jane Scott -- Computational skins / Marcelo Coelho -- Radical atoms: beyond the "pixel empire" / Hiroshi Ishii -- Replicator roadmap / Grace Copplestone, Amanda Ghassaei, Benjamin Jenett, Will Langford, Nadya Peek, Eric VanWyk, and Neil Gershenfeld -- Toward automating construction with decentralized climbing robots and environmentally adaptive, functionally specified structures / Justin Werfel and Paul Kassabian -- Living matter / David Benjamin -- Material computation: toward self-S material systems in architecture / Achim Menges -- ColorFolds: eSkin + Kirigami: from cell contractility to sensing materials to adaptive foldable architecture / Jenny E. Sabin -- Reconfigurable prismatic architected materials / Johannes T.B. Overvelde, James Weaver, Chuck Hoberman, and Katia Bertoldi -- Adaptive granular matter / Kieran A. Murphy, Leah K. Roth, and Heinrich M. Jaeger -- Rock print: an architectural installation of granular matter / Petrus Aejmelaeus-Lindström, Andreas Thoma, Ammar Mirjan, Volker Helm, Skylar Tibbits, Fabio Gramazio, and Matthias Kohler -- Institute of isolation / Lucy McRae with Lotje Sodderland -- Sentient spaces and active architectures / Meejin Yoon and Eric Höweler -- Stagecraft and architecture / Simon Kim and Mariana Ibañez -- Transformation and active assembly in rotating fluids: laboratory, weather, and climate / Lodovica Illari -- Conclusion : Active matter and beyond / Skylar Tibbits
"Active matter is a newly emerging field focused on physical materials that can assemble themselves, transform autonomously, and sense, react, or compute based on internal and external information"--page 11.
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