algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Inherent characteristics of 2-dimensional patterns and diagrams translated into a pseudo 3-diamensional domain
@Marios, yes meshes are easier because I reuse an old script (not stepped) and they are quicker. But Rudi and others have some more job to replicate your beautiful job.
Because I wasn't too happy with my script, I modified it with mesh instead of BREP. So here is a definition.
I'm still having mistakes in the replicated def (?). Can't find it. Would you mind downloading yours?
Very nice! Yes indeed the concept is pretty simple and the visual output amazing.
I look forward posting some pictures from my students' physical models using this technique in the future. One of them is using spirals as well.
This specific outcome is the dual graph of a scalar field density defined mesh. which is then scaled towards a tilted centroid, for a few different series steps. Varying the depth of these transitions makes the whole image far more interesting.
Very beautiful, thanks for the inspiration.
trying to replicate it whithout shift of center points :
My hasty definition :
Now, this rings a bell! :)
Could you leave a hint, how to replicate this graphic? It is impressive
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