algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Kangaroo is a Live Physics engine for interactive simulation, optimization and form-finding directly within Grasshopper.
The Discussion Forum below is the best place to ask any questions about using Kangaroo.
(Avoid posting questions on the Comment Wall, as it does not allow organization of replies)
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getting started video:
EXLAB have also posted some kangaroo tutorial videos here:
Hello Kangaroo users,I'm currently working on some fairly major changes to Kangaroo, and as part of this am looking again at ways of letting users add/remove forces and particles during simulation, (and alter which particles forces act on) without…Continue
Started by Daniel Piker. Last reply by Ralph Zoontjens Nov 19.
Hey Daniel,have you ever thought of a feature for kangaroo that enables it to be used within an e.g. galapagos evaluation network? Basic funtionality is there by setting the internal iterations to a sufficiently high number so the final result is…Continue
Started by Robert Vier. Last reply by Daniel Piker Nov 18.
In response to some requests, here are a couple of simple examples of distributing points on a surface.…Continue
Started by Daniel Piker. Last reply by guillermo gago doreste Nov 18.
Is there any way C.F.D like point flow can be generated not just vortex distribution.I am totally blank Any clues will be appreciated...Continue
Started by Shridhar Mamidalaa Nov 16.
Hi everyone,Quick question about mechmachine: I cannot get SizV & SizP options to work. I simply put to points on opposite corners of a rectangular surface with to reasonably different values as SizV and run the machine, but no effect. Any…Continue
Started by KaNaRa. Last reply by KaNaRa Nov 15.
Dear all,I noticed that a half sphere-mesh will changing its curvature after inflated.I assuming that Kangaoo-Pressure works as radially acting loads, and the result of final curvature should, theoretically, as a sphere/circle.But I could be wrong,…Continue
Started by Frank. Last reply by Daniel Piker Nov 15.