- Project 1: The possibilities of 3D printing. Design a fully functional moving object that can be realized in a single print.
- Project 2: Formula follows function. Given a utilitarian household object, reproduce as a digital object with an aestheticized surface based on mathematical knots.
- Project 3: Beautifying the Denison landscape. Study a specific outdoor space at Denison and design and create a 3D sculpture to scale that will enhance and beautify the space. The sculpture should reference the space it is enhancing.
- Project 4: Printing utopia. Design and create a 3D printed building to scale that will be part of a 3D town collaboration created by the class.
- Project 5: Checkmate! After exploring the various ways of digitizing real world objects, students will design and create the pieces of a chess set using digitized images of themselves.
- Final Project: Paying it forward with 3D printing. Explore the larger community and identify a need for an object that 3D printing could address. Working with this community, design and create the object that best meets their needs.