algorithmic modeling for Rhino
EMU is an interactive structural analysis and form-finding tool based on a 6DOF (6 degrees of freedom) formulation of the dynamic relaxation method. It is aimed to be used in early design stages but yet giving real structural feedback.
Emu was developed as part of a Master's thesis in Structural Engineering and Building Technology at Chalmers University of Technology, with the aim of simulating the very non-linear process of elastic gridshell erection
A launch of a beta version is planned for the autumn of 2016. Meanwhile, check out these exquisite emus taking a bath.
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