Hello everyone!I'm working on a form and have some problems finding a script that would work perfectly.
Hey guysI'm trying to find a simple way to make gyroid structure by kangaroo, anybody know what's the best way?! I'll be happy if you share your related experiences with me, thanks! maybe…
Origami_simplified.ghThis example shows the use of the new user object for origami simulation.As input you provide a flat mesh of the folding pattern, curves to assign as either mountain or…
Hello everyone!I'm working on the starshade origami pattern and want to refine one last thing.I've set the hinge angles for the mountain and (-ve) valley folds (See pic 1) but I want to constrain the angles of the rest of the edges. (See pic 2)I want to do this so that they don't flap around almost…
Hello, first post.I've been trying to figure out how to control the number of iterations Kangaroo performs. I want to point it at an array of meshes and do one at a time for 1000 iterations each, bake it out and go to the next.I've looked through the forum posts and google But I've found no way to…
Hi Guys, With Kangaroo2 I'm looking for a way to apply a spring force where the rest length can be one of several values. Just like LengthSnap but with distinct values as opposed to multiples of a base value. Can anyone think of a solution?Simon
As shown in the above video, I've been playing around with a very basic system for making keyframed animations from Kangaroo simulations.This is still just proof of concept stage - lots of issues to fix before it becomes very usable, but I'm posting the file here in case anyone wants to try it…
A simple definition showing the generation of a reciprocal force diagram for a compression only structure. When the forces are in equilibrium (ie the dynamic relaxation part has stopped moving), the vectors in this reciprocal diagram form closed polygons.Note that here the reciprocal diagram is…
After playing with Kangaroo on this discussion and as I like a lot Marc Fornes structures I wanted to go a bit further with Kangaroo and also making some mesh…
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