generative modeling for Rhino
I'm planning another kinetic installation involving sensors and objects driven by steppers. Is the arduino, firefly, grasshopper the way to go for a non programmer like myself. What about Max and maxuino?
Attributes connected with Free Solitaire
It is purely natural regarding human beings to invest their particular free time doing some action that they really like. There are several people who find computers to become the pastime task since they can certainly search on the internet right there, play a lot of video games, chat with their own buddies, watch movies online, hear music and the list goes on. Lots of men and women like to play free internet games using the PC plus they…Continue
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Voronoi Skin by Angel Quintana…Continue
The twisting of this model depends on quantity of subdivisions of dodecahedron faces
. From plug-ins it is required WB.
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I'll appreciate quick intro lectures given by experienced user
The following are Grasshopper definitions used to design and array BRep components from the NYCCTfab workshop plyABILITY: Firefly + CNC for Performance Feedback.
Creating a base BRep component…Continue
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Dear Fellow GH Users,
With our SCREENING workshop quickly approaching, we are pleased to share a few details surrounding the workshop:
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MMLAB proudly announces its first summer workshop!
Speculative Media & Materiality: Object Oriented Ecleticism (OOE)
Tutors: Gilles Retsin (kokkugia, AADRL), Isaie Bloch (Eragatory, Die Angewandte), Corneel Cannaerts (MMLAB, Sint-Lucas Architectuur, RMIT)
Invited Lecturers and jurors: Jose Sanchez (Biothing, The Bartlett)
To apply, send a short motivation letter and relevant worksamples to…
End of next week a public 3-day Grasshopper course will take place at the Volkshochschule Schwäbisch Hall in Germany. Everyone is welcome - professionals and students.
Date: 19th-21st July 2012
Time: 08:00 - 17:00 daily
Location: Haus der Bildung, Salinenstr. 6-10, Computer-Room N.1.21, Schwäbisch Hall, Deutschland
Price: 299 Euro
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This Parametric Design workshop will be a two-day workshop covering fundamental principles and concepts of using Grasshopper integrated within a performance driven design pipeline. The participants will learn the essential skills of manipulating geometry using various computational methods. The workshop will specifically demonstrate how to control the performance related data flow from Autodesk Ecotect,…Continue
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We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the impossibility to access the sitehttp://www.digitalmedworkshop.com/ Within a few hours it will be active again.
Meanwhile, anyone interested in the workshop, can contact the secretary of organization through facebook https://www.facebook.com/digitalmedworkshop or my profile in Grasshopper, sending a private message.
These are the last days to register for the summer school on…
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I am doing series of diagram, in one I gonna show flow of people by Locust.
I dont know how to control agents tho, there is avoid but it just work with points and radius , any suggestion or references? I want to make sure agents mainly pass certain path , sort of constraining them .
Added by Michele Calvano on July 2, 2012 at 2:39pm — No Comments
After running into the need to split up a big messy set of curves at all their intersection locations, I decided to make a python component.
Basically, if you input a bunch of curves, this component should find every place where they intersect and then split them up, return a list of curve pieces on a separate branch for each input curve.
It should be able to handle self intersections and overlaps.
Feel free to use it, edit the code, and let me know if…Continue
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