algorithmic modeling for Rhino
This is the script of Daniel Abalde's Peacock tapered offset post, here:
http://www.grasshopper3d.com/photo/the-variable-offset-component-sp...
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In 2D using a tool to analyse topology of lines network and aslo calculating radius of branches. The root is the point closest to a defined point. The root radius is always given a value of 1. The power is used to calculate radius of branch see §3.5 http://algorithmicbotany.org/papers/venation.sig2005.pdf
r^n parent = r^n child1 +r^n child2 (n=3)
The tool for generation mesh is mine and is also here :
http://www.grasshopper3d.com/group/kangaroo/forum/topics/envelop-of...
Control point curves, eh? I have to flatten the Cocoon input for them to merge:
The swerving of the overlapping shortest path curves from the single core origin point to each outermost point affords more tapering thickness!
I'm thinking of overlapping several starting point versions with the same other points, to achieve cross-linked 3D trusses.
Looks like you need to water those curves!
Moderator you can not download,
Very cool. Thank you for posting this.
I am now puzzling over how to do an in-fill of the smaller veins that one would find in a leaf, which brings us back to an essentially 2-d discussion. This algorithm works well for the larger veins; would it be reasonable to use either a single, weighted veroni, or perhaps a dual population Veroni, for the smaller veins? or, third option, use your same algorithm, but starting with small radii, originating at the end nodes of the large veins?
Hi Laurent,
I would really like to be able to model a tree structure like this and understand the process of the scripting for it. Would you be able to point me in the direction of any resources that would help me to do this?
Thank you very much for your help,
Sean
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