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mass operation for trees9 Replies

First of all, I'm pretty new to grasshopper. This one's just an experiment that I might want to turn into something to build.Basically, what I'm trying to do is sort of a reverse voronoi. The further…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Danny Boyes Aug 16, 2012.

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":) When I started I just had a rectangle drawn in Rhino. But because of the Internalising issues I thought I should post something that didn't rely on anything in the document. So all I was thinking at the time was create a curve. After I…"
Aug 16, 2012
Rhydro replied to Sebastian's discussion mass operation for trees
"I like your solution. Why don't you use a Brep Component (Explode) component to extract the corners of your flat box, instead of "Brep Wireframe - Join Curves - Explode - Shift List" ? Is it less "safe", less reliable ?"
Aug 16, 2012
"By its very nature the size of a cell is proportional to the density of its neighbours. With this in mind I would approach it like this. note I used the Scale component because the offset is just too unreliable. "
Aug 15, 2012
"Try this. White groups are possible choices."
Aug 15, 2012
"rats, forgot the sketch…"
Aug 15, 2012
"Thanks for your kind replies, Rhydro's modification is close, though I'm still trying to reproduce it, or understand what's being done. The points are processed and analysed completely separate from the voronoi, but in the end joined…"
Aug 14, 2012
"Hi Sebastian, I kinda understand what you're aiming at, but before I try anything I have a couple questions for you! 1- There is a sort of contradiction in your description : does it depend on distance from one or several center points (your…"
Aug 13, 2012
Rhydro replied to Sebastian's discussion mass operation for trees
"As Andrew, I don't really understand. I made here a small definition that increases the distance of offset when points are far from other points, but I don't know if it is what you want."
Aug 13, 2012
"I don't really understand what you're trying to do; the image doesn't really seem to correspond to your description and I haven't any idea what "smaller, not denser" cells would look like. Can you maybe upload a hand…"
Aug 12, 2012
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mass operation for trees

First of all, I'm pretty new to grasshopper. This one's just an experiment that I might want to turn into something to build.Basically, what I'm trying to do is sort of a reverse voronoi. The further I get away from point X, the smaller I want the cells to be. Just smaller, not denser. At least in theory, what I'm shooting for is cells that are roughly the same size, but still have the voronoi edges, so when I put many points close together, it doesn't change much, but instead of the cells…See More
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