algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Interactive Evolutionary Algorithms for Rhino Grasshopper.
As opposed to setting objective functions (As with Galapagos for example), Interactive Evolutionary Algorithms (IEAs) allow designers to engage with the process of evolutionary development itself. This creates an involved experience, helping to explore the wide combinatorial space of parametric models without always knowing where you are headed.
See github site for source (MIT) and latest release:
Cecilie Brandt Olsen (author of K2 Engineering) and I have been developing Biomorpher since December 2016.
This work is sponsored by the 2016/17 UWE VC Early Career Researcher Development Award and was initially inspired by Richard Dawkins' Biomorphs from his 1986 book, The Blind Watchmaker: Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe without Design.
Please leave comments and share your experience of using Biomorpher below. It would be great to hear from you!
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Latest Activity: Jan 8
Hello, I am wondering if there will be an update on the geometry feed of the component. I am working with a quiet complex definition where I generate the toolpath (pointcloud) for 3d printing. I have…Continue
Started by asyimut. Last reply by asyimut Jan 8.
Hello,Thank you John for the amazing tool Biomorpher.I am a PhD student and I am using it in my work. I want to ask what method Biomorpher is using for optimization? is it Pareto optimal? if not then…Continue
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