algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Ruggero Gabbrielli
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At 12:05pm on January 28, 2010, Daniel Piker said…
Cool, that's just the sort of thing I was thinking of. Very interesting thanks.
At 11:30am on January 28, 2010, Ruggero Gabbrielli said…
Of course it could. I'm not sure what panelization means but you might find Greg Turk's pages interesting.
At 11:08am on January 28, 2010, Daniel Piker said…
Here is the link to that Plus article:
None of the animations in that video you link to are mine, but I do know Stephen Hyde's work, and it has been an inspiration.
The applets on Michael Cross' site are very nice. I wonder if something similar could be used on a curved surface to find panelizations.
At 8:22am on January 28, 2010, Ruggero Gabbrielli said…
Hi Daniel, I recognized your gyroid animation. I can't recall where I saw it but I defintely did. Are any of the animations in the video below yours?
I didn't know I was on Plus magazine. Could you send me a link to the article?
I'm using grasshopper mainly to share ideas with people, I think it is great for this purpose. Research travel on other channels, though. Michael Cross' website was the source of inspiration for my research.
At 6:32am on January 28, 2010, Daniel Piker said…
Hi Ruggero, great to see you here on Grasshopper. I've been following your work with interest since reading about it in Plus magazine. The work with the Swift-Hohenberg equation is incredible. Do you think Weaire-Phelan might actually be beatable ? ;)
I share some of your interests in pattern formation and gyroid related structures, and look forward to seeing what you come up with next. Are you using grasshopper in your research ?
At 2:04am on September 29, 2009, Norbert Palz said…
hello ruggero,
very interesting work on your site, i will look into it later in depth. the auxetic knot is based on roderick lakes concept from the late 70 ies. see here. it bears strong resemblance to the surface that you have pointed to, but is more irregular in the space that it circumscribes.
best norbert




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