With Morphogenesis I Con Morfogénesis

Morphogenesis, from the Greek words morphê, for shape and genesis, for creation, refers to imitating evolution in developing designs.

“During the design process using morphogenesis, coliseums may vaguely resemble rib cages; chairs can look like vines growing up a tree; and motorcycle frames can resemble the shape and strength of a snake’s jaw,” Altair Engineering says in its prospectus.

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Morfogénesis, del griego morphê , que significa forma y génesis, respecto a creación, se refiere a la imitación de la evolución en el desarrollo de diseños.

“Durante el proceso de diseño mediante la morfogénesis, coliseos vagamente pueden parecerse a los costillares, las sillas pueden parecer viñas creciendo un árbol, y los marcos de las motocicletas puede asemejarse a la forma y la fuerza de la mandíbula de una serpiente”, Altair Engineering dice en su folleto informativo.


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