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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

This is a little example of Starling, which shows how to remesh genus 0 mesh.

You need Weaverbird by Giulio Piacentino and [uto] MeshEdit to run this file, as I tried to keep as small amount of components as possible.

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This is a little example of Starling, which shows how to remesh genus 0 mesh.

You need Weaverbird by Giulio Piacentino and [uto] MeshEdit to run this file, as I tried to keep as small amount of components as possible.

there you go:

Weaverbird

[uto] tools

Regards,

M.

I had notice [uto] tools before but not weaverbird  冏rz...

now I notice that....

thanks very much

Randy

Hello Mateusz,

Just stumbled upon Starling - really impressive work! Thank you for sharing. What would it take to extend this example to adaptive remeshing based on curvature, i.e. smaller faces in areas of higher curvature, etc.? Thanks!

Tobias

Sorry for late response.

That's almost certainly doable. At this moment I really don't have time to play with gh, but as soon as I find some, I'll try to find the solution.

This is pretty awesome!

I tried adapting it to work from a series of intersecting spheres on a curve, but it wasn't working...

my goal was to expand a curve into a surface. Can this be done?

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