Grasshopper

algorithmic modeling for Rhino



MORPHOCODE is pleased to announce the first release of RABBIT - a new plug-in for Grasshopper! RABBIT provides a new toolbar with custom components that could solve specific design problems. RABBIT v.0.1.00 contains 6 new components that could produce multiple Cellular Automata variations such as: 2X2, 34 Life, Amoeba, Assimilation, Coagulations, Conway’s Life(ghx included), Coral, Day&Night, Diamoeba, Flakes, Gnarl, HighLife, InverseLife, Long life, Maze, Mazectric, Move, Pseudo life, Replicator, Seeds (2), Stains, WalledCities…. The first release includes also a small list of pre-defined patterns.



This release works with version 0.6.0043 of Grasshopper and is freely distributable package licensed under Creative Commons License.

GET RABBIT HERE!

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Fantastic! Really great that you included the pre-defined patterns, makes it much easier to get a grip of how this is supposed to work.
Glad you like it :)

We plan to include more patterns and more cellular automata in the future.
Hope that the GH community is interested...

Greetz :)
Thanks for your works morphcode....this is fantastic!!!!
hey i as wondering if one can use the cellular grid with their own rules based on more than just neighbors being on and off, is it possible to do so? and also does cellular automata can cater more than one type of cells...if yes, how?
Thanks for you feedback :)
We really appreciate it

Greetz,
morphocode
Grasshopper v.0.6.0043?
whats that? the work in progress is Grasshopper v.0.6.0019

where to get that from?
C# ? Would love to see the code behind the component!
"This release works with version 0.6.0043 of Grasshopper and is freely distributable package licensed under Creative Commons License."
is there any rabbit for GRASSHOPPER 0.8??
Nop :(

Can I use RABBIT build parametric L-system
for example:

ω : B(2)A(4, 4)
p1 : A(x, y) :y <= 3 → A(x ∗ 2, x + y)
p2 : A(x, y) :y > 3 → B(x)A(x/y, 0)
p3 : B(x) :x < 1 → C
p4 : B(x) :x >= 1 → B(x − 1)

Sincerely Alex

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