algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Simulating the buckling of a thin open cylinder in Kangaroo. Mesh generated with Plankton.
amazing job! dear Daniel, could you share this kangaroo example files?
Have you ever thought about applying Kangaroo to flattening metal pressed parts? There's commercial software called VISI which can do this and appears to use some sort of mesh relaxation... There's simple unfolding of straight bends but then there's more complex applications when the pressed parts have 3d surfaces. One of the challenges of press tool manufacture is to work out what the initial blanking punch will be for a flattened component that is then to be pressed to a specific shape... Looks like Kangaroo could do this!
Looks great Dan...
amazing, as usual....
amazing !! would you share the definition :d
A rubber chicken might have been more adequate than an elephant... But we are arguing semantics... You gurus make me feel like such a beginner. ;)
only adequate reaction: wow
the deformations of the elephant looks really realistic -even in the small details!
that poor elephant... but i can't stop watching..
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