algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Kangaroo2 additional examples

The download of the new version from Food4Rhino comes with several example files, but I will be posting additional ones here.

Collision between line segments

An example of volume driven buckling, as shown here

Simple tensile relaxation of a Voronoi mesh, in response to this

07/04/15 all files below updated for version 2.01

This is the file shown in this video:

It demonstrates the use of plastic anchors for sculpting

The file shown in this video:

Another scripting example, showing automatic relaxation of a mesh with fixed boundaries.

Showing volume preservation and collision between points and solids

Packing circles on a surface

Planar hexagonal panels on a surface, as shown here

Create a mesh where incircles between adjacent triangles are tangent. This can be used to generate a compact circle packing. See publications here for more info on the use of such meshes.

A simple script using the library to apply some goals and iterate only when a button is pushed.


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Comment by Andrei Smolik on January 15, 2016 at 9:27pm

Hi Daniel,

I could not get the to work. I set the assembly reference for the C# to KangarooSolver dll but it didn't seem to do anything. 

Comment by Daniel Piker on April 14, 2015 at 3:20am

Hi Sean, I just updated above with another example

Comment by Sean Jones on April 14, 2015 at 1:56am

hi Daniel,

I am excited to be playing with Grasshopper 2. Great work! 

Quick question, would you be able to provide a small example showing the use of the tangentInCircles component? 


Comment by Daniel Piker on April 7, 2015 at 7:48am

Just added a couple of new examples above, and updated the existing ones


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