As this model's geometric forms are set in motion, they engage in inverse twisting that result in the unlocking of a new ever-changing and overarching geometry.
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This dynamic geometry is inspired by the way the human eye flexes its muscles to contract the eye's lens. While this geometry is not an exact replication of the way the human eye does this, it does capture the way components work together to create new dynamic behaviors. As the geometric forms are set in motion, they engage in inverse twisting motions that result in the unlocking of a new ever-changing overarching geometry. Such a design can impact the making of materials, the creation of new adaptive building forms, and the evolution of urban areas.