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Is there a Grasshopper to Rhino Toolbar convertor?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Arthur Mamou-Mani Apr 14.

Got float? Runtime error in new Python editor but not in old one
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Arthur Mamou-Mani Sep 17, 2015.

WISH: Delete Unused Components / Purge / Clean / Space GH Definitions
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Arthur Mamou-Mani commented on Arthur Mamou-Mani's blog post Grasshopper at Burning Man Festival 2016!
"Hi Igor, thank you so much for your support! We made it and it was a big success. Still organising the Kickstarter rewards if you have helped. The project still brings me a happy grin to see everyone enjoy the piece, climbing it, writing their…"
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Igor Mitrić Lavovski commented on Arthur Mamou-Mani's blog post Grasshopper at Burning Man Festival 2016!
"Hi Arthur, did you make it? thanks"
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Martin Siegrist replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Remove last item of List
"Oh that sounds good. I usually flipped the list to remove the first item and then flipped the list back to normal :-)"
Aug 16
Kaminska Zakrzewska replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Remove last item of List
"Whenever I want to use this method, I merely write self.ClearLists() and it deletes every element in a list."
Aug 16
yo replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion Remove last item of List
"existe  Alguna Manera de Contar Cuantas r se encuentran En Esta Lista, Yo he  estado Tratando de Contar Cuantosnúmeros 1 hallo  En Una Serie de números del uno al 30.la idea es caber cuantas veces se repite cada numero y…"
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Arturo Steinberg replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion shortest distance between two curves
"Am I dumb... Thanks!"
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Daniel Piker replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion shortest distance between two curves
"The Line|Line Intersection component returns the closest pair of points on a pair of (infinite) lines."
Aug 11
Arturo Steinberg replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion shortest distance between two curves
"Reviving an old topic, I was wondering if there could be an extension of this method to use 2 lines instead of curves, projecting the closest points to infinite. I've been trying to get the math of it to no avail... cheers!"
Aug 11
Giacomo Luddeni replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion "rtrace: warning - No light source found" message in the group DIVA for Rhino
"Hi! I got exactly the same problem. What was the solution? (Apparently there is a missing comment on this page..) Thanks"
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Arthur Mamou-Mani replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion What is the difference between using power law attraction and a spring of rest length 0? in the group Kangaroo
"Thanks a lot David - Super clear explanation. "
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ng5 Alex replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion What is the difference between using power law attraction and a spring of rest length 0? in the group Kangaroo
"Hello i did a small video to see this behavior. exponent -2 makes things extreme. "
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David Stasiuk replied to Arthur Mamou-Mani's discussion What is the difference between using power law attraction and a spring of rest length 0? in the group Kangaroo
"Power laws are distance-dependent, getting exponentially more attractive/repulsive based on proximity."
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What is the difference between using power law attraction and a spring of rest length 0?

Hello,I am not entirely sure but think the Power Law create an attraction or repulsion between particles - but struggling to understand the difference between this behaviour and assigning a spring with a rest lentght of 0 for attraction or a high value for repulsion?hope you can help :)many thanks,ArthurSee 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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Posted on July 6, 2016 at 3:53am — 2 Comments

Our Burning Man Student Projects on Kickstarter

Hi Guys,

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

Hi guys,

 

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:
http://www.rhinomaniacs.org.uk

Many thanks,

Arthur

Posted on September 2, 2010 at 10:37am

AA Visiting School, Tel Aviv July-August 2010



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Sun 25 July – Wed 4 August 2010 David Azrieli School of Architecture Tel Aviv University



AA CSI 2010 is the second of three annual summer workshops focused on developing innovative methods for synthesising drawing and 3D printing. Working with Objet Geometries high resolution, multimaterial liquid 3D printing technology, participants will be…

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Posted on May 18, 2010 at 2:00pm — 8 Comments

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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

:)

At 3:05pm on July 1, 2011, Martin Dembski said…

thank you very much.

and by the way, nice projects!

 

cheers, Martin

 
 
 

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