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Circular Ridge for Tubular Mesh Relaxation on Kangaroo?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Manuel Nov 30.

Problems with angle force on polyline using Kangaroo 2?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Piker Nov 3.

Is there a Grasshopper to Rhino Toolbar convertor?
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Michael Dulberg replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Delete button not answering on GH but only on Rhino
"I know this is an older post but I have had the same issue with a few of my projects.  The work around for me has been to save the GH script, and the Rhino project, and simply restart the program."
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Manuel replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Circular Ridge for Tubular Mesh Relaxation on Kangaroo?
"first, i didn't look your file... sorry for that. second, i solved this using on the inner rings the followings kangaroo components: 1. length line with the original length, 2. coplanar points and 3. the angle component for a "rigid"…"
Nov 30
Ibrahim replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Circular Ridge for Tubular Mesh Relaxation on Kangaroo?
"Hi Arthur, How are you doing ? The star shape that are shown are due to the element length of the ring. The input length in your model is 0.5 however the original length of the ring elements is much less than this, that's why star shapes are…"
Nov 30
recife replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Circular Ridge for Tubular Mesh Relaxation on Kangaroo?
"May be this way, with the "old" Kangaroo"
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Mohamed Naeim replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Circular Ridge for Tubular Mesh Relaxation on Kangaroo?
"Hi Arthur,  I am working on something, Its not complete ,  have a look, and tell me if the solution is close to what you are looking for  I mean the part where I used hinges for foldings "
Nov 29
Laurent Delrieu replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Circular Ridge for Tubular Mesh Relaxation on Kangaroo?
"Arthur I looked at that, with no more luck than you. You can post it on discourse and/or Kangaroo Forum here. I think Daniel Piker look (receive email) when there are discussions there ! He answered on discourse 3 hours…"
Nov 29
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Circular Ridge for Tubular Mesh Relaxation on Kangaroo?

Hi Guys,I started from a tube-like mesh and tried to add a ridge that would represent a kind of plastic hoop stopping the nylon to fully minimise itself (picture below). I've tried the following things (after watching this tutorial from Daniel Piker on ridges):To add anchors with a lesser  strength where the hoops…See More
Nov 27
Daniel Piker replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Problems with angle force on polyline using Kangaroo 2?
"Hi Arthur, I changed a few things- Firstly, for the angle between consecutive segments, the list was shifted, but without also taking the shortest list, which caused a problem with the last item. Second - I scaled the whole thing up. To make the…"
Nov 3
Laurent Delrieu replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Problems with angle force on polyline using Kangaroo 2?
"I also thought it will curl but as angles are constant and multiplied by a constant value it stays linear. It could be possible to multiply angles with progressive factor depending of the node/point number."
Nov 3
Arthur Mamou-Mani replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Problems with angle force on polyline using Kangaroo 2?
"Thanks a lot Laurent! It works! Yeah curious strengths ratio, I really wonder why.  It's interesting that the curves go aligned as opposed to curled which is what I thought would happen."
Nov 3
Laurent Delrieu replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Problems with angle force on polyline using Kangaroo 2?
"I made some change, add some anchor, the first segment. Change drastically the strengths, very low on angle and high on lengths. Work better. Tried a signed version of angle but it didn't worked"
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Problems with angle force on polyline using Kangaroo 2?

Hi Guys,I am trying to visualise the changes in angles for the polyline shown in the image below.However I cannot get the bend force to work in this case, the resulting polyline seem to expand and wiggle in space. Any help would be great.Many thanks,ArthurSee More
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Hello everyone!Foster & Partners are hosting our next Grasshopper London User Group Meeting from 18:30-20:30 on Wednesday 23rd November 2016.More details on presentations here.Please note that this meeting is now at capacity and we are unable to take any more registrations. We look forward to seeing those of you with a confirmed place on Wednesday 23rd November.Thanks :)See More
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Grasshopper at Burning Man Festival 2016!

Hi Guys,

We're building a project for the fourth year in a row at the Burning Man festival in Nevada US this summer. Spreading the parametric spirit to the world! This would have never happened without your constant support since the very beginning so thank you so much.

The project this year is called Tangential Dreams, a curvy tower made of straight lines following the tangents of a sine curve. This allows us to use off-the-shelf timber, minimise wastes and…

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Our Burning Man Student Projects on Kickstarter

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Two of our Grasshopper-generated student projects at the University of Westminster got grants from the Burning Man Festival (Fractal Cult by Thanasis Korras and Shipwreck by Georgia Collard-Watson - renders below). The grants will cover material and fabrication costs but we still need help to…

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Posted on June 24, 2013 at 5:21am

Grasshopper + Rhino.Python + Processing Workshop in Sao Paulo

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The Architectural Association is organizing a workshop in São Paulo, Brazil, from the 12th July until the 21st.

 

There will be three days of digital classes on Processing by…

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Posted on June 6, 2011 at 12:30pm

Save the Rhinos

Hi guys,

This post has nothing to do with the software but with the animal !
The Eastern Black Rhino is getting dangerously close to extinction, with only around 500 left in the wild.

Please help support the conservation effort by donating to this website:
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Many thanks,

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Posted on September 2, 2010 at 10:37am

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At 3:03pm on November 12, 2013, Emilio Morello said…

Sorry for being late, Arthur.

I had not noticed your request ...

Thanks for your friendship !

At 8:41am on March 27, 2012, I_M_F [Iker Mugarra Flores] said…

Hi Arthur,

(Flat_circlepacking_ikerImage.gh)

I have manage to adapt this definition that Daniel Piker worked on(circle packing), o an image-field that defines the radii of the circles, but my main target is to optimize the radii for a better arrangement and population within the image-field allowing the radii to change and adapt during the simulation... some one posted in you tube a great video where they show this plus other interesting packing logic's....

here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSWudanJc7c&feature=related

any suggestions about to achieve similar results as image base/fighting for space....?

thanks

Iker

At 6:16am on January 18, 2012, Daniel Coll i Capdevila said…

Hi again,

I have solved the problem this morning with 'surfacesplit' (since I was dealing with splines creating surfaces, and those needed trimming there where they were overlapping) + some 'list' and 'tree' paths that where not correctly setup.

Thanx.

At 12:20am on January 18, 2012, Daniel Coll i Capdevila said…

Hi Arthur,

hope thiongs are well. - Not yet, I have done some trials with the 'region' and/or some of the 'surface' and 'intersect' tab utilities but with no luck. - The real issue is to delete overlapping surfaces...

In any case, thanx and let you know if I get a solution.

At 3:52am on October 19, 2011, Affonso Orciuoli said…

hi Arthur, nice to see you here, best. Affonso Orciuoli, if you planning to come to Barcelona, write me. affonso@orciuoli.net

At 11:01pm on September 8, 2011, Amin Bahrami said…
Arthur, thank you for your comment, in fact I used to have xausus.com but now  I doesn't have it now and I don't know  who seizes it now..
At 7:45pm on August 22, 2011, Arkkitehti Marc said…
Thanks Mani, well, the method is very simple: we first need to create a rectangle based in a loft operation of some curves with control points, subdividing the surface, then we need a  surfacebox operation later the boxmorph with some geometry. We could  move the control points on one vector, and presto!,one organic flow.
At 8:36am on August 16, 2011, amir said…

just spotted my project on your wall , respect mate

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