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Doris Kim Sung:
Doris Kim Sung : Un métal qui respire

TEDxUSC · 8:59 · Filmed May 2012
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Les immeubles modernes, avec leurs fenêtres qui vont du sol au plafond, offrent des vues spectaculaires, mais il faut beaucoup d'énergie pour les rafraîchir. Doris Kim Sung travaille avec des bilames thermiques, des matériaux intelligents qui se comportent comme la peau humaine, de manière dynamique et réactive, et peuvent protéger une pièce du soleil ou bien l'aérer de façon autonome.

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Doris Kim Sung is a biology student turned architect interested in thermo-bimetals, smart materials that respond dynamically to temperature change. Full bio
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