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)
Latest Activity: 58 minutes ago
getting started video:
EXLAB have also posted some kangaroo tutorial videos here:
I am attempting to analyse the way in which the tide would drain from a coastal bay using Kangaroo and Grasshopper. I have trawled the forums and found several useful definitions including a …Continue
Started by Peter White. Last reply by Anders Holden Deleuran 58 minutes ago.
I was working on a looping structure, and it has to be transformable, which means that the simulation has to be able to control the rotation of each nodes of the loop structure. But the constrain is the length of each segment has to stay in same…Continue
Started by Jia-Rey CHANG. Last reply by Jia-Rey CHANG yesterday.
hi I am trying to arrange the complex geometry according to point attractor, in the way the objects will not overlap each other.So I tried using Kangaroo string to keep the object geometry and then another string from center point to act as…Continue
Started by Josef Odvárka on Sunday.
Hi,I've modelled a "fabric" mesh falling over a sphere. It generally works but some particles become null and the fabric get a "ladder". I've adjusted the CollideSurface stiffness and Kangaroo convergence settings but these have little or no…Continue
Started by Dean Genner on Thursday.
A while ago I posted this video about generating and unrolling developable strips:Today I'm going to explain how to set this up in Kangaroo.There are a few stages to the process:Drawing an initial coarse meshSubdividing this mesh into strips of thin…Continue
Started by Daniel Piker. Last reply by JMF on Thursday.