algorithmic modeling for Rhino

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Finding funicular forms using dynamic weights

During form-finding of funicular networks, dynamic weights that update per time-step relative to a local measure are interesting... not least because such systems often converge when intuition says they should explode.

For the case of a tensile spring network in 3 dimensions, the equilibrium result is funicular so long as the network is at most…


Posted on December 20, 2016 at 7:41am — 12 Comments

Self-Organising Map component

Posted on March 3, 2016 at 1:00pm — 12 Comments

Embryo alpha

Alpha release of Embryo can be found on the group page:

Component list:…


Posted on August 3, 2015 at 5:32pm — 1 Comment

Grasshoppers all the way down

We work with such high level programming languages (such as C# or even Grasshopper itself) that we forget that underneath all that are ones and zeros being summed and all kinds of other things using tiny transistors and exotic materials to compute your Voronoi diagram or my personal favourite - the clean tree component (because the main input is at the bottom…


Posted on July 10, 2015 at 2:00am — 2 Comments

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At 3:59am on February 15, 2018, Abdulaziz Afandi said…


Thank you John for the amazing tool Biomorpher. I am a PhD student and I am using it in my work. I want to ask what method Biomorpher is using for optimization? is it Pareto optimal? is not then what is the method?

Thank you in advance 






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