Dynamic daylight control system implementing thin cast arrays of polydimethylsiloxane-based millimeter-scale transparent louvers

Citation:

Park D, Kim P, Alvarenga J, Jin K, Aizenberg J, Bechtold M. Dynamic daylight control system implementing thin cast arrays of polydimethylsiloxane-based millimeter-scale transparent louvers. Building and Environment. 2014;82 :87-96.

Notes:

This research is supported by the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. The project was developed as part of the ongoing interdisciplinary collaboration between members of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the Adaptive Material Technologies platform at the Wyss Institute. The authors thank Professor Holly Samuelson for the thorough review of this paper; Allen Sayegh for his contributions throughout; Kevin Hinz and Jeonghyun Kim for fabricating the shoebox testing setup; James Weaver for 3D printing support; and Thomas Blough for the technical input during the early phase of the research. Timor Doganwas instrumental in the development of the initial concept.
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