Parametric tools to create and manipulate rectangular grids, attractors and support creative morphing of parametric patterns.
This is a BETA version and works only with the latest Rhino 5.0 BETA on Windows 32 & 64 Bit.
Hi Rajaa, hi everyone,
I am new to Paneling Tools.
I am trying to get my head around how to apply custom shapes using the "Morph 2D" component. Specifically, i try to apply a hexagon pattern and here it starts to get tricky.
In non-GH-Panelling Tools:
I see in rajaa's turorial ( http://vimeo.com/album/79634/video/20020346 starting from 13:20) how it's done in non-GH-Panelling Tools. It seems it uses a different concept that involves a unit grid. By that means it seems easier to match a non-stictly-row-and-colum-based pattern (like hex) to the grid.
Using "Morph 2D" my shape will always be squeezing into a grid cell.
I have a problem seeing how to apply a seamless hex-grid this way. (since there is always "empty space" in an square cell with a hexagon in it and no cells can overlap)
Could someone give me a hint on how to proceed? Much appreciated.