A fundamental element of Kinetic Design is the creation of 3D sketch models that can move and change shape over time. If one wants to create a door handle that moves in a new way, words, drawing, and graphic animation will not suffice. Moving spatial entities have unique qualities that cannot be properly developed or analyzed without a physical model. Fortunately, these models do not need to be overly expensive or complex. Cheap and easy-to-find materials such as wood, wire, foam, tape, and glue are usually sufficient for sketching motion concepts.
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