computerVision is a one week exploration of how we can use our environment to manipulate a computer generated 3d space or object. The concept was to use a set of identification tags (fiducials) that a program can recognize and track and have their locations map to a point in 3d space. These points were then used to generate a three dimensional form digitally. Essentially the idea is that you sculpt digitally through movements in your environment. The program uses a variety of additional software including Processing, Grasshopper and Rhinoceros. The exploration began in a course that was investigating Processing as a resource for architects and designers. What I proposed is one method that we can begin modeling and designing digitally but through our movements and interactions in the world around us.