algorithmic modeling for Rhino
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Very interesting! This is exactly what I wanted to do for my project which it can creates unique interior spaces. Would you be able to share on how you got it to work in 3D, it would be much appreciated if you can share the definition with me. Thanks
Well, now at least I know where the name comes from but, yeah, Wikipedia is more like a black hole once you move beyond general definitions...
@Vicente That is great!It looks more complicated than I would think. Certainly I would not be able to develop smt like that. I will do it myself too. Thanks a lot!
I already read Wikipedia and still don't understand anything.
Thank goodness for Wikipedia or I wouldn't understand anything!
Btw, after actually looking at the article the max norm is not really the rectilinear distance but the maximum distance to one of the axis. It looks similar but it's not the Manhattan voronoi.
Really nice Mateusz!
@Vicente Now I understand it more. Thanks for the components view too. I will give it a go myself to understand its logic. Thanks again!
Christos, if you don't mind the raster method of doing it (how I presume the images in your link were generated), it's very easy using simple components:
The 'max norm' they are referring is just the rectilinear distance. Rather than applying the Pythagorean theorem to find the distance between two points, you just add up the absolute values of each axis of the vector between the two. For example, if I have a vector {1,2,0} the 'max norm' distance is 3.
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