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### Galapagos - Dividing 2 Rail Curve Into equal areas12 Replies

Hi dear Ghs community,i am trying to subdivide this 2 "rail" curves creating equal area rooms, Galapagos looked perfect to do this but i'm not achieving any acceptable result.…Continue

### ANGLE BETWEEN VECTORS, 179,999999 INSTEAD OF 180'5 Replies

Hi everyone,I have a problem with the "angle" command between two vectors. When i try to compute the angle (in degrees) between two vectors that should be at 180' to each other comes instead…Continue

## Latest Activity

"I'm so sorry Fred -as usual- for my late reply! Frankly it took me a while to understand it but now i can say that your algorithm is really perfect.I also realized that Galapagos i such a powerful tool (...and my knowing of it must…"
Jan 20
"Couldn't help it... This one is much cleaner. Also, the final tweak : You'll notice the dark blue group, it sets a higher average value than possible. this avoids the "cutting corners" that occurred with the real average (in…"
Jan 5
"Er, I'm not too sure... Just some random wiring I guess! It' the length of the domains that I use to dispatch. I don't want a subcurve from 0.0215 to 1, it's irrelevant.but I want the 0 to 0.0215 part to join it with the 0.954 to…"
Dec 27, 2012
"Hello Fred! Sorry for the late reply but i graduated and then started working immediatly so how you can imagine the last 3 weeks had been very intense! Thanks for your very interisting reply, your algorithm is very smart and elegant, many solution…"
Dec 22, 2012
stefano vafiadis joined Rajaa Issa's group

Parametric tools to create and manipulate rectangular grids, attractors and support creative morphing of parametric patterns. This is a BETA version and works only with the latest Rhino 5.0 BETA on Windows 32 & 64 Bit.See More
Dec 22, 2012
stefano vafiadis joined Giulio Piacentino's group

### Weaverbird - Topological Mesh Editor

Weaverbird is a topological modeler that contains many of the known subdivision and transformation operators, readily usable by designers. Instead of doing the work repeatedly, or sometimes using complicated scripts, this plug-in helps reconstructing shapes as meshes, subdivides and refines even polyline lists, and helps preparing the model for fabrication. Weaverbird is the first released addon for Grasshopper but the group is new, so please join it to participate in discussions, ask questions…See More
Dec 22, 2012
stefano vafiadis joined Yannis Chatzikonstantinou's group

### Hoopsnake

Hoopsnake is a component that allows feedback loops within Grasshopper.See More
Dec 22, 2012
stefano vafiadis joined Arturo Tedeschi's group

### Parametric Architecture with Grasshopper - PRIMER

Group made to post comments, questions and suggestions on the book "Parametric Architecture with Grasshopper" in order to create a link author-readers and improve next editions.See More
Dec 22, 2012
Dec 5, 2012
"Hi, Well I'm so sorry I didn't have time to come back for a long time! I had a bug in the part that deals with the inner curve seam, always troublesome:) I just killed it. Here is my attempt, it works quite well I think. I found that the…"
Dec 5, 2012
"Hi Stefano, Sorry, I think I was missing something fundametal here: Record: Multiple fitness values were supplied, fitness is defined as the average.   So The reason on thing worked better was more or less coincidence.  Lets try this…"
Dec 3, 2012
"Thanks a lot everyone! I'm so sorry for my late feedback but i'm 100% focused on my thesis project that i have to deliver tomorrow. I'm sorry twice David but at the end i used the "Equalize N" command from Kangaroo and i…"
Dec 2, 2012
"(absolutes seems to work better - strange.)"
Nov 30, 2012
"Interesting task. Just had a quick look, but your problem seems to be the domains. By giving every genome the possibility to add or substract a value, you give it the chance your values actually overshoot 1 or 0. This also means your curves do not…"
Nov 30, 2012
"I'd been toying with it as well but the Rhino Area finder was so incredibly slow (like 5 seconds for a dozen or so breps) that it became unusable. I'd love to see some solutions to this. -- David Rutten david@mcneel.com Poprad, Slovakia"
Nov 29, 2012
"Hi, I've been working on it this week, it was interesting. Sorry for the late response... I'll post my findings next weekend, no spare time right now... I hope it won't be too late! Cheers,"
Nov 29, 2012

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