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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Good Day Everyone,

Currently i am trying to create a definition for boundary, i search some references in the web but i did not find any similar to my target. Basically i want to create a analysis model to get a target area to develop within a site plot. using points to define a curve and the curve to define the area of floor plate. Can i ask some help from the community to help me define this rule? Thank you very much. I feel i am still a newbie for grasshopper.

 

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Moved from BUG forum to DISCUSSION forum.

I think this might be something you could solve using a combination of Kangaroo2 constraints/goals, Daniel Piker has previously demonstrated similar examples (here on the forum and on his Vimeo) if I recall correctly.

Edit: This demo reel might give you some impression of what's possible.

Hello,

in addition to physical collision, like Anders said, there might be a much simpler solution here.

You can also retrieve the edgepoints and test if they are inside your boundary. If one edgePoint is outside your fitness value goes up (or down, depending if you are annealing positive or negative.) .

There is a component called "point in curve". You can improve performance by simply doing "left and right"-checking of tangents at multiple curve parameters. So in other words if from multiple points on your boundary your edgepoint is right (or left based on curve orientation) the point is inside, if not the fitness value is set to "bad".

Just to be clear, I was referring to solving several constraints simultaneously (maintaining angles/areas/volumes, constraining points to plane/inside polygon etc.). But that might indeed be overkill here (depending on a more explicit problem formulation).

oh, mixed constraints with collision. Sry

Ironically, I wasn't exactly very explicit with what I was getting at ;)

Dear Anders,

Greetings!. Your description above is what exactly i was trying to achieve. With multiple constraints similar to any early architectural design stage where we need to establish a broad shape yet very suggestive already on the possible form direction on the next stage while maintaining target area and constraint right angle form.  Thank you very much for the reference. I will look at using this Kangaroo2 and explore how to achieve the video link. :-) Thank you guys, i have to admit that i am still at my early stages in grasshopper. I may have to inquire similar things along the way hope you guys will support me. 

see attached:

edit: forget to graft. You need to test each point. Anyway, you'll get it to work

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correction:

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Good Day Tom,

Thank you very much. Our department here now is just beginning to open up and use grasshopper. we are a design team under a construction company. As a result, our focus on Rhino-Grasshopper have to start from efficiency, space matrix and form finding. The site condition is our first step in establishing grasshopper to solve any given design brief by using a .gh function. Thank you very much for the file. thank you for the .gh gift, will try this and if you don't mind i may ask some beginner queries. Thank you for your help and support. :-)  

How is this different from a simple 'Offset' curve?

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