Grasshopper

algorithmic modeling for Rhino

About Grasshopper...

For designers who are exploring new shapes using generative algorithms, Grasshopper® is a graphical algorithm editor tightly integrated with Rhino’s 3-D modeling tools. Unlike RhinoScript, Grasshopper requires no knowledge of programming or scripting, but still allows designers to build form generators from the simple to the awe-inspiring.


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There are many resources available to learn more about Grasshopper. 

 

Introduction to Grasshopper Videos by David Rutten.

Wondering how to get started with Grasshopper? Look no further. Spend some time with the creator of Grasshopper, David Rutten, to learn the fundamental of Grasshopper. No experience necessary. This video series and many other tutorials are available on our Tutorials page...

Also, check out these tutorial videos...

Rhino WIP for Windows now available

All Rhino 5 for Windows users are invited to Serengeti, where Rhino is developed.

We are inviting current users to try, test, and provide feedback on the work-in-progress (WIP) release while it is still in development.

You will need:

  • 64-bit Windows 7 or above
  • Your Rhino 5 for Windows license key. You can find it here...


Things to try:

  • Since Grasshopper is included with some enhancements, try your existing GH definitions and plug-ins. They should all work. Let us know if they don't.
  • The ghPython enhancements.

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Blog Posts

Parametric VR

Posted by Benjamin Storch on August 16, 2017 at 7:24pm — 6 Comments

The Computational Beauty of Nature,Quotes

Posted by Shridhar Mamidalaa on August 16, 2017 at 7:01am

A Smooth Connection in 3D Space

Posted by Abel_HYH on August 14, 2017 at 3:30am

 
 
 

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