April 11th, 2010
Voronoi tectonic pattern typologies is the subject of current investigation for understanding their formation in spatial cell cluster typologies. The work that follows seeks to understand and evolve the typologies in terms of spatial possibilities for the human form.
The voronoi cell clusters in Figures 1a and 1b show the change in cell clustering spacing. Figure 1a is an example of tight clustering of three dimensional voronoi cell groups. Figure 1b is an example wide clustering of three dimensional voronoi cell groups. Figures 1a and 1b differentiate by the size of the voronoi cell cluster groups. Smaller cells in Figure 1b allow for wider clustering while slighting larger cells in Figure 1a allow for a tighter clustering.
The models are a highly evolved set of voronoi cell clustering featuring three dimensional cells to spatially form edges are defined by their equidistance relationships with other adjacent cells. The models have interior cells clusters and outer cell clusters. The models are very specific in that any portion of the voronoi cell structures can be calculated to obtain weight from material density, surface area, and volume. In later studies, this information will be a part of the analysis and evolution.
Figure 1a: Tight cell clustering study 01a
Figure 1b: Wide cell clustering for study 01b