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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Hello, 

I am designer attempting to apply an equilateral triangular grid onto a mesh shell (walls/ceiling).

If the overall shape gets modified as a result of the the sequence that is fine but I would like to preserve the general form.

I have been experimenting with Kangaroo the last few days and am at a bit of a loss.

Unfortunately most of the GH/Kangaroo scripts are for older versions and therefore are missing elements when I import them.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks for your time.

Sean

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What you are referring to are also known as Lobel frames. There's been quite a bit of research on this topic. That might help you to better understand the modelling problems. But yes, it does indeed seem like a job for Kangaroo2 :)

aha!   I take back my skepticism of the diversity of equal (and equilateral) tilings.

Looks like it's safe to say that they tend to come out a little more "rumpled" than their heterogeneous cousins.  

Joshua

sorry just one more quick question,

Why my octogonal grids gets rumpled, the best I´ve been done is theses octogonal grid...is that in spherical world less is more? Only triangular grid survive...should i build a pentagonal inside...could be fix the problem?

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combining triangular and hexagonal with kangaroo2 and mesh_machine.. cool the Lobel Frames..thanx for the tips

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