algorithmic modeling for Rhino

1. Kangaroo [form finding] >
2. TSplines [mesh to nurbs] >
3. Weaverbird [surface subdivision] >
4. Evolute Tools [mesh optimization + ball packing] >
5. Mesh+ [mesh mapping and voussoirs tessellation]

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Comment by Maurizio Barberio on April 1, 2016 at 2:28am

Hi Ethan.

Using Mesh+ is possible to simulate ngons mesh and map them using bounding box constituted by 6 vertices. Thus, in this case each hexagon is subdivided by 6 triangle meshes and those triangles are used as reference to map the whole mesh.

It is possible to use this technique to map also voronoi meshes.

Comment by Ethan Gross on April 1, 2016 at 2:12am

I assume this is self supporting, so what shape constitutes the basic "voussoir"? The interior hexagons?





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