algorithmic modeling for Rhino

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Comment by Goswin on May 14, 2014 at 7:01am

 @MikePryor . It's actually all done in Rhino. The main form was done with T-splines. My work was the exoskeleton on this subdivision Surface. This was done with RhinoCommon. The rectangular members in the Exoskeleton are made from two flat and two single curved sheets. The Nodes need to absorb a slight twist in the material.

Comment by Michael Pryor on May 13, 2014 at 8:30am

Amazing feat in construction once it's built I must say. In terms of overall form I don't find it as interesting as the method to construct it. It appears to be some simple maya bridges (simple as we are spoiled with programs that make this stuff seem so easy). So as I said I think the construction of actually building this thing is the interesting part and can be a nice step in the realization of the construction of fluid architecture. Just my opinion. Interesting stuff.





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