algorithmic modeling for Rhino

FLOCKING part 1 webinar

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FLOCKING part 1 webinar

Time: February 21, 2015 from 11am to 8pm
Location: online
Website or Map: http://grasshopper.rese-arch.…
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Jan Pernecky
Latest Activity: Feb 17, 2015

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Event Description

2hrs online interactive webinar for 39€
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Recap of loops and the iterative paradigm, recap of the Anemone plug-in, brief theory of complex systems, introduction to multi-agent systems and non-linear design, flocking, Boid library, basic examples - brownian motion, adhesion, separation, alignment, geometry following.

TIME: first session
10am – GMT, London
11am – Paris, Brussels, Rome, Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava, Warsaw
9pm - Sidney
7pm – Tokyo
6pm – Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Taipei
3:30pm – Mumbai
3pm – Karachi
2pm - Samara
1pm – Baghdad, Moscow, St Petersburg
12pm – Istanbul, Athens, Helsinki, Cairo, Johannesburg

TIME: second session
3pm – GMT, London
4pm – Paris, Brussels, Rome, Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava, Warsaw
7pm – Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Baku
6:30pm – Tehran
6pm – Baghdad, Moscow, St Petersburg
5pm – Istanbul, Athens, Helsinki, Cairo, Johannesburg
1pm – Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Montevideo
12pm – Buenos Aires, Santiago
10am – Toronto, New York City, Bogota, Lima
9am – Mexico City
7am – Los Angeles

The rese arch Grasshopper® sessions are unique for their thorough explanation of all the features, which creates a sound foundation for your further individual development or direct use in the practice. The webinars are divided into four groups: Essential, Advanced, Iterative and Architectural. If you are a Rhinoceros 3D or Grasshopper® newcomer, you are advised to take all the Essential sessions before proceeding to the next level. If none of the proposed topics suit your needs or if you require special treatment, you can request a custom-tailored 1on1 session. All sessions are held entirely in English.

The webinars are series of on-line live courses for people all over the world. The tutor broadcasts the screen of his computer along with his voice to the connected spectators who can ask questions and comment in real time. This makes webinars similar to live workshops and superior to tutorials.

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