generative modeling for Rhino
I'm new to grasshopper and I'm having some troubles trying to create a surface similar to the jambox one...
I've been using the Kangaroo Curve Pull, but I don't know how to adjust the springs and the pull strenght properly, but I'm pretty sure that's a way of doing it...
Anyway, I'm uploading my files…Continue
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FORMS FOLLOW ALGORITHMS + MY ALGORITHM
(GRASSHOPPER INTERMEDIATE + ADVANCED LEVEL WORKSHOP)
05 June to 14 June 2013
A - FORMS FOLLOW ALGORITHMS (40 hours / 5 days intermediate level workshop)
B- FORMS FOLLOW MY ALGORITHMS (17 hours/ 2 days advanced level…Continue
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We are pleased to share the research undertaken in our 2012FA Pratt | Form, Force, Matter Seminar.
Form, Force, Matter investigates form-finding by way of "analog machines" and physics-based simulation to develop architectural prototypes. Through parallel research techniques - hands-on…Continue
Added by GIL AKOS on January 8, 2013 at 2:40pm — No Comments
With some of the exercises from the NON-LINEAR LAB as inspiration and in preparation for the DATA LAB, we’ve been creating some fun new content as of late. Topcs will include Advanced Data Tree Usage, Python Scripting in Grasshopper, and Exploring Add-ons such as Weaverbird and Kangaroo. Specifics can be found in the sections below. The workshop is quickly approaching and there…Continue
Added by GIL AKOS on September 18, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
I've done some research about how to achieve this using various sources online. Mainly:
We are pleased to share photos of recent seminar research. More information + photos can be found at the below link.…Continue
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This definition approximates a shrink wrap for generic brep geometry.
There are two steps:
The first step creates a mesh from a bounding box and drags each vertex to the closest point on the brep. Andrew Heumann offered a similar definition back in December (http://www.grasshopper3d.com/video/shrinkwrap-with-grasshopper?xg_source=activity)
The second step takes the…
Head over to The Proving Ground to see my latest post on data visualization with Kangaroo and Slingshot!
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