Student Organized Event: Rhino with John Heida

February 22, 2013
3:30 pmto5:00 pm

Rhino is a cutting edge software program that is used in the architecture, engineering, product and jewelry design industries for 3D modeling objects using N.U.R.B.S. surfaces. Come see a demonstration of the power and possibilities of the software at the free Talk on February 8th.

Rhino provides all the commands and power to accurately model and document your designs ready for CAD drawings, renderings, laser cutting, 3-D printing, prototyping, CNC milling and other manufacturing processes. Rhinoceros 5 will be available for the PC this year (and Mac in 2013?)  and has unlimited plug-ins to satisfy the needs of every artist, designer and engineer.


John Heida Bio:

>Designer<

Serving the NYC and SF Bay Area for over 8 years, John has worked with Architecture Firms (+ related industries), Jewelry Designers, Furniture Designers, & world class Branding Agencies in various capacities.  He brings a toolkit packed with software, construction, and fabrication knowledge which helps him to provide cutting edge solutions to the most demanding designs and clients.

>Educator<

John has taught Furniture Design, Studio Classes and Autocad at Pratt Institute in NYC for the past 3 years in the Interior Architecture department.  He also teaches Rhino Software seminars at 3rdWard in Brooklyn and lectures around the country encouraging and exploring the possibilities of Digital Fabrication.  He has previously taught architecture studio courses and has been an invited design critic at Columbia University, UPenn School of Design, UC Berkeley, California College of the Arts, and Parsons The New School for Design.

>Fabrication Consultant<

Besides being well versed in construction technologies and methodologies, John is also fluent in many digital fabrication techniques.  3D Printing with various materials, CNC Milling, and Laser Cutting are all common outputs in John’s work.

John Heida studied Microbiology at the University of Montana and then pursued architectural enlightenment from California College of the Arts, SF and Columbia University, NYC.

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