algorithmic modeling for Rhino

[uto] tools Plug-ins


[uto] tools Plug-ins

- Geco

- MeshEdit

- FlowLines


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for grasshooper:

Geco is a set of components which establish a live link between Rhino/Grasshopper and Autodesk Ecotect to export,evaluate and import...
MeshEdit is a set of components which extend Grasshopper's ability to manipulate meshes

FlowLines is a set of components to create 2D or 3D-Streamlines and 2D-Euqipotentiallines


for rhino:

MeshPaint is a free Rhino plugin allowing intuitive painting, as is performed with pixel images, but on multi-resolution mesh geometries. Painting can be done based on vertices or faces within a single mesh. Colorwheel, Eyedropper and Eraser functions are included in the plug-in.


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link to utotoolswiki

link to ExampleFiles Geco

link to ExampleFiles flowL


Brian Ringley of NYCCTfab added geco and meshedit on the website


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geco by [uto] is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Discussion Forum

example files flowL 3 Replies

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FlowL - User Problems

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MeshEdit - UserProblems 29 Replies

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Geco - UserProblems 297 Replies

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Comment by melissa m on February 28, 2011 at 3:33pm

hey guys,


this is probably very simple but I have followed the Geco pdf to set up my definitions to connect GH to Ecotect and the very first thing I set up - where it automatically links and opens Ecotect, it says 'maybe you dont have ecotect installed on your computer', but I do.... so does anyone know what went wrong?

thanks guys

Comment by Wieland Schmidt on October 7, 2010 at 1:19am
Thank you Ursula and Thomas for the very interesting and inspiring NEXUS workshop. I can really recommend this workshop to everybody how wants to bring their grasshopper skills to the next level. Greetings from Munich, Wieland
Comment by shima roshanzamir on October 4, 2010 at 3:38pm
thank u two for the workshop :).

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