generative modeling for Rhino
This is example shows one approach to developing a folding pattern.
The fold pattern being investigated is described as a V Pleat, and is initially analyzed in Rhino to evaluate the "base unit".
The Base unit is then arrayed across a field of points.
That array is then again, decomposed and analyzed to evaluate point relationships.
This provides an understanding of a possible starting point to begin developing a dynamic array in GH.
In order to understand the point string, I needed to show the i & j (aka u and v) values for the grid points. (perhaps a component that handles that could be in a future release). In the attached GH file, there are 4 component groups that are just for that purpose.
This evaluation is a continuation of studies initially developed at a workshop, conducted by modeLab. (http://modelab.nu/?p=5737)
Very nice work. One other way to find the string is to create the managed pattern in Rhino, save the pattern and you should be able to bring then to GH. I understand though PT-GH need to provide a more intuitive way to construct the connections.