This is amazing! i'm trying to do a similar thing to a relaxed mesh that has center point circles and are extruded, both diameter and extrusion length relate to the distance from two attractors, next thing i plan to do have them bend…"
"Frank, your work is very nice, thank you for sharing.
The 'follow the point' definition you posted is some kind of txt document, unopenable in grasshopper (I am a newby if you haven't noticed) however I very much would like to learn…"
well I guess this definition should be already close to what you need. Probably you will have to modify the way how elements are oriented along the path, but that depends on what effect you want to achieve. Another point is the scaling of the…"
"Thanks for replying Frank,
I'll try the definition on my Architectural project and I'll let you know...
My project is a train station and I created a hub/element, I want that element to repeat it self along a path(which is the rail path)…"
are you trying to rebuild this definition from the picture? You can just download it (see first comment). The icons are displayed in the old-fashioned way, you can switch from one style to the other in the grasshopper menu under view/draw…"
I'm trying to figure out what are the rotation elements on the bottom in the new version of GH. the tabs has been changed.
Another thing, I'm trying to use this definition without having the main element to rotate, Any ideas???
Frank, your work is very nice, thank you for sharing.
The 'follow the point' definition you posted is some kind of txt document, unopenable in grasshopper (I am a newby if you haven't noticed) however I very much would like to learn from your definition ... any suggestions?
Great work! I'm trying to open follow the point .ghx, and it says there are 30 messages that say "the grasshopper files are not necessarily forwards compatible and this file might not deserialize correctly." Is this something to do with your files, or is it my version of Rhino or Grasshopper?
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Could you maybe post an image of the definition please?