algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Initial "growing" ideas and gh definitions by Daniel Piker, and later David Bachman. This is a result of my edit of their work.
@ Pieter Segeren I'm not familar with the new version of kangaroo.Is the data inputed variable in the new version?A few months ago I tried that with the old version to use anemone & kangaroo altogether,but it crashes all the time.The new version looks quite efficient,now I'm trying to do this again:)
These days I've been offline,I've not noticed your reply until today,sorry about that hahah
@ cubicRAB: Daniel Piker's ideas (you'll find them in the Kangaroo forum, along with the 'Anemoned' version by David Bachman) reminded me of Andy Lomas' work too, and indeed I tried going in that direction. However I don't think that Rhino+Grasshopper isn't especially suited for this goal, at least not if you want hundred thousands of points (let alone spheres).
Cool! this is what an advanced human brain or advanced walnut will look like.
Or is this something like a cloth-folding form?Glad if u could reply!!!:)
COOL!Is this suff made with point collide?An artist Andy Lomas also create things like this but not in GH
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