Installation of two robotic milling cells was completed this week at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism for the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS). The two cells, one for milling stone and the other for prototyping, will be used for ongoing research into the application of digital technologies for the rehabilitation of the Parliament Buildings National Historic Site. The robots, supplied by I-Cubed Industry Innovators,
The robots will be on display and open for the public to see on the evening of Tuesday November 8th following the Open Forum lecture Digital Craft. The lecture by Phil White, David Edgar and James Hayes will discuss the role of digital technologies in the current rehabilitation work on Parliament Hill.
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