algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Started this discussion. Last reply by James Ramsden Dec 18, 2015.
I wrote a little script for myself that I thought might be useful to other GH developers or teachers. Feed it a component from any library (such as a plug-in you're developing), and it will list and describe all the components in that library. It can also generate a markdown-formatted text file,…Continue
Posted on January 10, 2016 at 11:34am — 1 Comment
Grasshopper by default allows you to save individual components and clusters as "user objects," which can be re-used over and over again. However, sometimes you want to save a group of components without clustering them - like a component with pre-defined value lists or sliders attached, or special configurations with plugins like kangaroo, honeybee, or anemone.
The attached script lets you do just that - create a user object that can automatically place multiple components at…Continue
Posted on October 15, 2015 at 7:48pm — 11 Comments
There is an ongoing debate in my office between those who like to organize their definitions with hidden wires for the sake of cleanliness, and those who hate them because it makes definitions hard to debug. In order to sidestep any drama, I made a little script that lets you switch all the wires in a document between "Hidden" and "Faint." It will leave all wires set to default alone.
Download it here: …Continue
Posted on December 24, 2014 at 12:00pm — 17 Comments
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Posted on August 18, 2014 at 7:40pm — 1 Comment
I just finished putting together a beta version of a little project. It's a tweetbot powered by a grasshopper definition. The bot transforms a cube according to a series of operations you specify, and then tweets a picture of the resulting form. There are currently 10 formal operations that the bot understands:
shearA (Shear angular)…
Posted on November 24, 2012 at 8:00pm — 9 Comments