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Rhino + Grasshopper University of Oregon Intro Session

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Rhino + Grasshopper University of Oregon Intro Session

Time: November 17, 2009 from 12pm to 2pm
Location: Lawrence Hall Room 278
Event Type: intro, session
Organized By: Eugene Parametric Society
Latest Activity: Nov 16, 2009

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Event Description

*RHINO + Grasshopper*
*Introductory & open session to generative modeling*

*Hosted by the Eugene Parametric Society for all students*

The intro session will be lead by William Robert Taylor who will lead you through the basic concepts of generative modeling in Rhino. Participants will learn how to create simple geometry based on parameters and be exposed to the general environment of Grasshopper for Rhino.

At 1pm we will have an open session to discuss generative modeling strategies and how they can be useful in a meaningful way in the design studio in addition to a show and tell of what EPS has been up to during the fall term thus far.

*WHERE + When*
*Room 278 Lawrence Hall
Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
Intro Session from noon to 1pm
Open Topics from 1pm on*

*LINKS*
To download a free version of Grasshopper
click here: http://www.grasshopper3d.com/page/download-1

To download an evaluation copy of the lastest Rhino release click here: http://download.rhino3d.com/eval/?p=25

*NOTE
*You need to be able to run Rhino and Grasshopper
in a Windows environment.


*William Robert Taylor* **studied architecture at the CED, College of Environmental Design at U.C. Berkeley and the GSAPP, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. Bill has served as a Partner in the practice terraswarm, as an Architectural Software Engineer at Bidcom and Citadon and as an Architectural Design Technologist at Allied Architecture+Design and Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects. Currently Bill lives and works in the wonderful natural urban laboratory that is Portland, OR.

*Eugene Parametric Society* was founded by Erik Hegre in the fall of 2009 and comprised of Nico Wright, Chris Nielsen, Will Krzymowski and Devin Saez. The group's mission is to explore appropriate and meaningful ways to utilize contemporary computing and CAD technologies for design and performance opportunities. Our blog and meeting postings can be found at http://www.grasshopper3d.com/profile/Erik
If you are interesting in participating in our inclusive group, please contact Erik Hegre at hegre@uoregon.edu for more information.

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