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
Added by Bruno Boas on April 25, 2013 at 9:04am — No Comments
I have updated a script (WB components).…Continue
firstly, i would like to thank you all for such great support on this site. i have learned a lot over the last few years of dabbling with grasshopper thank to you guys (however, i'm still technically a uber newbie)
i am currently working on this mosque project and it requires me to create an inner leaf of a double curved roof structure that is composed of little semi/quarter domes (sadly i don't know what they are called). like…Continue
Voronoi on torus, definition:
Vicente showed a more elegant solution, i…Continue
Voronoi Skin by Angel Quintana…Continue
I've done some research about how to achieve this using various sources online. Mainly:
Here are two definitions that are really helpfull for me, i hope they are for you guys as well.
1) Complete (with side edges) hexagonal grid on any surface. There are some vb scripts out there but they dont give you the edges. Also the lunchbox plugin gives you only the individual lines, and some weird things happen at the edges. This def works 100%.
2) Complete diagrid (with side edges) on any surface. I think there are some vb scripts out…Continue
Added by Michele Calvano on October 8, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
I am new to Grasshopper and Rhino so it may be an obvious problem here.... I am trying to set up a series of columns that expand and contract given a certain angle. I am hoping that i might get this angle to react to an attractor such as a sun path .. so far i have tried with just a single point as an attractor but i think i may have not defined the vectors properly. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.
This little project I share here is in a way the beginning of my sharing and blogging activity on grasshopper. My goal is to do a series of studies to explore and research patterns and surface build ups that can be applied to industrial products later on. This is the first, more sculptural approach.
So, looking at this piece of art, it won´t be extraordinary and super surprising to you; The coding behind the hole pattern is a…Continue
GH tool to manipulate a four-point surface with the GraphMapper.
I'll attach the file in the comment. (I fail to discover how to attach a file in this blog)
Let me know what you think of it!
Added by Brett Ian Balogh on November 23, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments