COMPUTATIONAL BAMBOO INSTALLATION AT THE MUSEUM OF INTERACTIVE SCIENCE IN QUITO
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Credits: Scientific Development: Evy Slabbinck and Seiichi Suzuki
Technical support: Yaner Luis Cangá Chavez, Anders Obregon, and Juan Edison Columba Paucar
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