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Oliver Jones
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## Oliver Jones's Discussions

### Series with uneven step size2 Replies

Afternoon everyone, I'm looking into creating a series with an uneven step size. I've got a list of numbers as shown in this image:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Oliver Jones May 18.

### Box morphing (Morph boxing?)6 Replies

Good morning everyone,I've an unusual task for grasshopper that's thrown up a couple of problems. I'm trying to morph a complex piece of pre-defined geometry onto a surface by dividing it into a…Continue

Tags: geometry, complex, Morph, Box

Started this discussion. Last reply by Oliver Jones Apr 13.

### Subtracting one list of points from another4 Replies

Hi everyone!I'm started using GH this week and I'm trying to use it to describe a wooden frame. Right now I have two lists of points and I'm trying to subtract one list from the other, essentially…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by wrogirzymian Jul 3, 2012.

# Oliver Jones's Page

## Latest Activity

"Got it, thanks It's for the final orientation & arrangement in a conical waffle rib definition I've knocked up: It's pretty cumbersome and def not pretty, but it does the trick "
May 18
"Try to use MassAddition component (Partition Result output)...."
May 18
Oliver Jones posted a discussion

### Series with uneven step size

Afternoon everyone, I'm looking into creating a series with an uneven step size. I've got a list of numbers as shown in this image:And I'd like to sum them so that they create a series like so:0 - 259221 - 498882 - 704943 - 89584Essentially {0=[0], 1=[0+1], 2=[0+1+2], 3=[0+1+2+3] etc.}Is there a smart way to do this using GH…See More
May 18
Oliver Jones joined Daniel Piker's group

### Kangaroo

Kangaroo is a Live Physics engine for interactive simulation, optimization and form-finding directly within Grasshopper. See More
Apr 23
"Solved! In the end , all I had to do was to lie the original geometry down so the reference boxes lie in the XY plane, I can only assume this is to do with the box morph component? Anyway, happy with the results "
Apr 13
"I originally had a surface morph but it wouldn't orient, someone somewhere suggested a correctly wired twisted box would do the trick but sadly not :( I've tried several methods now (creating a sweep surface with straight lines and…"
Apr 13
"No need here for twisted box. Surface box will probsbly clear it up. http://formularch.blogspot.com/2012/03/gh-box-morph.html?m=1"
Apr 13
"The definition now sorts the geometry to each containing box and dispatches it correctly, the only issue remaining is the orientation of the morphed objects. Changing the twisted box point order doesn't seem to affect it, can anyone give me any…"
Apr 13

### Parametric Play

"This is really rather fantastic. Might I have a look at the definition? I'm interested in porous reactive structures :) "
Apr 13

### Parametric Play

Apr 13
"It's too large to post here, here's a link to it in my dropbox: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/79857581/complex%20map.3dm"
Apr 13
"rhino file?"
Apr 12
Oliver Jones posted a discussion

### Box morphing (Morph boxing?)

Good morning everyone,I've an unusual task for grasshopper that's thrown up a couple of problems. I'm trying to morph a complex piece of pre-defined geometry onto a surface by dividing it into a series of reference boxes and using the Box Morph component.So far I've had some success, as shown in the image. However a few things have cropped up (probably not helped by my limited GH skills!)1- The morphed geometry isn't aligned. I have ensured the original points match point for point; I have a…See More
Apr 12
"add the gh file to the post. probably could be done with trees..."
Jul 3, 2012
"Amazing, thanks a lot!"
Jul 3, 2012
"Just to show everyone what it's for, here's an image! I've set up a screen that has vertical slats at random intervals (set within a domain of approx 940-1560mm) and regular vertical support elements. I want to cull the vertical slats…"
Jul 3, 2012

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Oxford Brookes School of Architecture
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