In parallel with the design work and the development of the electronic prototypes, we have also started to explore the idea in code. At this stage, it is important for us to understand how the code will need to work in order to achieve the rotation and desired arrangements of the ‘Toblerone form’ (i.e. triangular prism). As you will see below, the code is triggering the rotation of one animated toblerone form. The next step is to look at how we can push this to the rotation of several toblerones… allowing for several different ‘weather’ patterns.
Thank you to everyone that worked on the DAPTEC Flat Holm project and to all the kids from Mount Stuart primary school, Cardiff that helped us test the exhibit.