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System.Collections.Concurrent namespace
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I would be glad if someone could shed some light on this (.NET 4.5.1 on W7): why there's no namespace found?…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by peter fotiadis Mar 16, 2016.

Freaky SpaceMorphs (Sporph, Splop) for Michael Kraft
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Well friendsThis is freaky: written for my friend Michael Kraft who wants to do morph business via code (using some of the available Methods, that is).So for anyone else interested on freaky morph…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by peter fotiadis Mar 21, 2016.

Offset curves/polys demo (C#)
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For Petras and/or anyone else interested that one.best, Lord of DarknessContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by peter fotiadis Aug 31, 2015.

The ultra mysterious perspective transformation
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Well friends ...... for a less mysterious case see this:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by peter fotiadis Jul 14, 2015.

 

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peter fotiadis replied to Tom Sholt's discussion Java to C#
"That said checked could yield ridiculously stupid stuff: public void OnlyForIdiots(){    short a = 0; short b = 100;    try {      while (true){        checked…"
17 hours ago
peter fotiadis replied to Tom Sholt's discussion Java to C#
"I don't play with Java but as far as C# checked is concerned ... it's way faster to check an overflow at run-time with some sort of simple check. Say: public void DoSomething(int i, int j, ref int result){    if((long)int *…"
17 hours ago
peter fotiadis replied to Tom Sholt's discussion Java to C#
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peter fotiadis replied to Lyndsey E Weeks's discussion SpaceFrame
"See attached (and pay attention to the notes). If you are an engineer (even a student) and you want to see what real-life means on trusses drop a world. Surface is internalized (hopefully) ... but if GH fails (the norm) reattach yours or any other…"
yesterday
peter fotiadis replied to pierre m's discussion circular sort
"Have some fun with some "unfair" collections."
Sunday
peter fotiadis replied to pierre m's discussion circular sort
"Well ... it's not my idea (it's the classic way to sort items IF their locations ARE suitable). My ideas on that matter require coding (if the classic way fails: notify if you want a simple example on that [just a failure indication, NOT…"
Sunday
peter fotiadis replied to pierre m's discussion circular sort
"See attached. Note: this classic approach is not panacea (depends on the point topology). There's other days to sort points as well (if it's possible)."
Sunday
peter fotiadis replied to Chapulin Colorado's discussion c# contour DataTree grouping
"And this is rather better (a smallish big is fixed as well)."
Sunday
peter fotiadis replied to Nicholas Wheeler's discussion Lines between points on divided curves
"Since a good Samaritan is found I've just added some explanations/notes. Irrelevant to the thread on a per se basis ... I've added something that you may find useful in general (don't bother how it works, just use it): A Perspective…"
Sunday
peter fotiadis replied to Nicholas Wheeler's discussion Lines between points on divided curves
"Well ... if we forget the obvious (code) the 1M question is: Are you familiar with Data Trees ? (these are an "internal" - to GH - way to manage Lists). If not the explanations about what a Path Mapper can (and can't) do are a bit…"
Saturday
peter fotiadis replied to isbahes's discussion C# solid difference on two Brep sets
"Indeed ... but since these are obviously due to some kind of parametric "pre" processing (for doing  a "waffle" kind of result as it appears) the order of pieces (from shapes) is easy to master (and the number/order of…"
Saturday
peter fotiadis replied to Nicholas Wheeler's discussion Lines between points on divided curves
"See attached Sorry for using some (totally inappropriate for a novice) things here and there but I had a very limited time for that one. But I could translate these into native components after the USA MotoGP"
Saturday
peter fotiadis replied to Tomohiro Nishiyama's discussion 3D voronoi structure(3D-semi-orthogonal voronoi structure)
"Hi Tomohiro Well ... get the C# (actually 2: step 1 and 2) ... but if you are not familiar with coding matters this couldn't be helpful to you (at all). Why? because it's a "black box" and you can't do anything to improve it…"
Friday
peter fotiadis replied to Chapulin Colorado's discussion c# contour DataTree grouping
"Here's the puzzle of the day for the brave (Big Prize: ONE secondhand sardine can, no kidding in pure 15W/50 mineral oil). Explain this mismatch (85 VS 75): Moral: life sucks"
Friday
peter fotiadis replied to Chapulin Colorado's discussion c# contour DataTree grouping
"Appears that these #@$#$ sardines are 1M miles away (optimistically speaking) best, Lord of Darkness, King of SardineLand"
Friday
peter fotiadis replied to Clifford Bourque's discussion Help with Surface Mapping on a Sphere
"And this V2B is a bit more elaborated (added a 5th selection mode plus some other things). Switching entirely to code (V3) is available as well."
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At 10:09am on February 3, 2017, Evelyn Agiek said…

i am an architecture student and my tutor is focusing on this precedent study way too much i think he basically wants me to do it as my project haha whatever i do he is like go back that tower that ive showed you. I am new with grasshoper started learning it this year and he told me to look at brunching, bone structures and exoskeleton. Thanks for the reply xx

At 11:23am on February 1, 2017, Evelyn Agiek said…

Dear Peter, 

I am trying to replicate a tower that looks like this in grasshoper by using l systems and branching  would you be able to please help and tell me what you would be the best to do

At 4:50am on July 20, 2015, DanaLadd said…

wow those curves are sexy. <3 <3 <3 

At 5:44pm on May 30, 2015, Ire said…

Hi peter, i have been searching for weeks on end for a solution to my project modelling , and i think you have it. I am making a spatial project involving tree like structures and branching forms, and i stumbled across your discussions here:

http://www.grasshopper3d.com/forum/topics/surface-deformation-with-points?id=2985220%3ATopic%3A1204695&page=1#comments

and also had a look at your files. i found the fuse fractal test you did with Tsplines was really what i needed, i intend to use it  in a similar as it is used here: http://www.l-a-v-a.net/projects/uae-geometrical-forest/

I would really appreciate it if you could coach me through how you generated the lines on GH. I hope to hear from you soon Thanks in advance

Ire

At 9:11am on December 5, 2014, narges.np said…

hi iwant to send my rhino model but size of file is 10 mg please give me a email

thanks so much

At 9:37am on November 15, 2013, spiral said…

beautiful and intricate work

 
 
 

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