Grasshopper course of McNeel Asia focus on the cultivation of students flexible use of programming techniques, the ability to solve practical problems. Our course deep into the whole process of programming, from programming thinking model, the components principle to usage details do detailed explanation, help students complete mastery programming encountered in the process of thinking and technical aspects, include the following content:
Ability of reverse logical thinking;
Establishment of clear programming logical thinking ability;
The program design concept of Grasshopper;
Understanding parallel data tree structure and how to control it.
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授课讲师 Instructor 课程由Grasshopper原厂McNeel公司在中国地区的两位 Rhino 原厂技术推广工程师 – Dixon、Jessesn联合授课。课程结束后对达到授课预定目标的学员颁发唯一由Grasshopper原厂认证的结业证书.
Dixon & Jessesn, McNeel Asia Support engineer, by the end of course student who achieve the intended target will get the authentication certificate from McNeel Asia.
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课程日期 Schedule 7/15-7/20 Beijing 北京 7/26-7/31 Shanghai 上海 7/07-7/12 Shenzhen 深圳
课程范例演示 Samples of Grasshopper course demo
Note: pls follow below comments by Jessesn to see the samples…
ere a way to set this up in a way that lets say when there are 28 it will go for one of 4, 7 or 14 and if it is a primer number it will exclude enough number of boats to obtain the closest suitable number - lets say there are 29 boats but it will only show 28 and go back to selecting 4,7 or 14.…
byte-accuracy red, green, blue channels) = 27 bytes. More likely 28 bytes as colours are probably stored as 32-bit integers, allowing for an unused alpha channel.
28 * 800,000 equals roughly 22 megabytes, which is way down from 9 gigabytes. That's a 400 fold memory overhead, which is pretty hefty.
Grasshopper stores points as instances of classes, so on 64-bit systems it actually takes 64+64+3*8 = 152 bytes per point*, which adds up to 122MB, still way less than 9GB. It would be interesting to know where all the memory goes...
* Grasshopper points also store reference data, in case they come from the Rhino document. This data will not exist, but even so it will require 64-bits of storage.…