generative modeling for Rhino
Hi Jon and everyone here
Great work Agnieszka.
I had a look, if you refine the mesh for the infills to inflate (you need enough intermediate vertex to get a nice shape) it does become quite computationally heavy.
Not sure if you'll accept the attached approach to visualize something similar.
thanks for this reply. It looks very good
however the problem is still there
When I run the simulation, stop it when surface is bend and try to apply the inflation
the small surfaces somehow don't fit to the arch curves anymore, they don't follow the the arches I guess
I attached a picture
Thank you once again
That looks really good!
Just one question:
why I get the horizontal rows perfect and the vertical are somehow "sucked in"
do I need to change any settings?
I attached GH and "baked" image
I went back and studied your model with my inflation routine, and it flushed out a couple of small issues that seems to be responsible for some odd results and some slow processing times. If you update from http://www.geometrygym.com/downloads and try the attached. Note the "precision" or accuracy is determined by rhino model absolute tolerance. I assume your units are metres, with a 0.001 tolerance the processing time seems acceptable.
Let me know what you see.
I've updated from your website
unfortunately I'm not able to run the simulation
the file has been saved with reset toggle set to false and slider not set on 5 which gives an error at the moment of opening the definition
when I try to set everything correctly to start the simulation (toggle to true and slider to 5) it gives me an error that keeps on appearing back even when I click on "OK"
please check the attached screen shot
You can disable the grasshopper solver prior to opening the file and resetting the initial required state. I've attached it here.
I'd recommend disabling the inflation during the kangaroo form finding process, and enabling it only when stopped this process (as per the attached). Let me know if you still see an unrestrained message.
It's super sweet!
all working well!
Thanks for this amazing help!