Hard maple, Steel
A nine-legged coffee table interpreted from a users body positions.
CNC milling is used as an extension of traditional woodworking. The table form is derived from a user’s skeleton data which is live-tracked with a Kinect. The perimeter of the table top is defined by the lines drawn from a users head, hands and feet. The table legs are derived from the joint positions and the bracing between the legs are the limbs of the user’s skeleton.
The Skeleton Table is part of The Digital Hand
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