algorithmic modeling for Rhino
what exactly are you looking to do?
But in the third row, you have 9 panels, where as in the second one you have 4.
It would be useful if you have used the panels from the third row too, for "Loft" in Rhino.
Otherwise it's difficult to predict the way you want them to be lofted.
Yes, Djordje is right...you probably would be better off using hoopsnake for recursion, and making each child spawn directly from each new element. In this case, it would be 1-4-16-64-256...
Thank u David , Thank u Djordje... well i will work on it.