generative modeling for Rhino
Hello I am looking for Threads original definition by Daniel Piker. It used to be included in download file with kangaroo...
thanks in advance for info
I really would like to save some time not having to rebuild this from scratch.
i think it's a little bit hard, cuz the first package of kangaroo is made by kangaroo1 and now is 6.6, things changed a lot... reading that pdf will help a lot i think...
by the way i have a big package of that but i can' t remember the exactly version of kangaroo which those were made of. I can e-mail you those and the first version...
a little bit confused...
I find them ....
does anyone managed to run this definition in the latest version? i got stuck with a lot of wool thread definition which all of them are not working. does anyone have any leads? any clue? any help will be appreciated..
woolypaths i çalıştırabildim. belki de problem ölçeğindir. normal çizimimde hiçbir değişiklik olmadığı halde çizimi inanılmaz derecede küçültünce işe yaradı. Bir dene biraz geç ama:)
Hi, I am working on a physical model. I would realy like to make the same thing in grasshopper/ kangaroo. But i am right now just a beginner.
To make this work I realy need to understand the script. My first problem is that i can not open these to files. I think i have the newest version of grashopper/Kangaroo. can you/some one help me?
The recipe for wooly paths:
Subdivide the initial curve connections into segments. Turn these segments into spring connections. Anchor the two endpoints of each curve. Then connect all of the division pts of from your subdivision of the curves with power-law attractors.
Since Ibraham commented that the old demo doesnt work, Ive made a new example with the technique I use for making wooly paths.
This works fine in 3d as well.
cool, thanks. speeded getting into this up quite a bit. :)
thanks alot for sharing!!
Thanks! I had a struggle with it!