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In Vivo Veritas

("in a living thing [there is] truth")  -  in-vivo-veritas.com
At In Vivo Veritas, we design and build products, environments and buildings that are formulated through algorithmic techniques, generative art mentalities, and CAD software to generate complex structures similar to those found in living organisms and natural phenomena. These complex structures simulate models, systems, and elements of nature to solve complex human problems. This is done by utlising powerful modeling and design software (such as Rhino 3D, Grasshopper and VB scripting) to discover new forms that respond to contemporary culture, environmental health and human conceptual exchange. The maxim in vivo veritas ("in a living thing [there is] truth") is used to describe a type of testing based on studies that are in vivo (Latin for "within the living") and is a play on in vino veritas, ("in wine [there is] truth"), a well-known proverb.


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