algorithmic modeling for Rhino
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Computational Design Live Stream #4 with Jose Luis García del Castillo y López.
Below attached the GH file from C# to python. …Continue
Added by Schino on April 30, 2020 at 7:58am — No Comments
I'm more interested in seeing how I can generate something more elaborate of established geometry, and this gives me a very easy starting point. After fussing for hours making little flowery things to gain prominent control over these fairly basic shapes and attempting to generate a definition that would allow me to have basic platonic solids, I stumbled across these little components. Long story short, it made some things pretty easy. Just Pop it in and go. …Continue
Recently I was working to create GHPython plugin for welds' design to speed up steel structures design in Grasshopper. There is no other software used beside Grasshopper. For graphs and text display I used Conduit plugin. Now I'm switching from IronPython to C#, so it'll be much easier to maintain all components' code and to test it all.…Continue
Added by Wojciech Radaczyński on April 19, 2020 at 6:04pm — No Comments
This list is not comprehensive but a starting point for any planning project.
In a successfully designed urban plan the designer needs to manage and manipulate multiple interconnected parameters. Each parameter can be investigated and developed independently, but will also have to be…Continue
Added by Mr. Gudjon Thor Erlendsson on April 15, 2020 at 7:52am — No Comments
This is my short list of 8 reasons why parametric design is changing Architecture.
I first came across systemic and parametric design approaches while studying at the Architectural Association in London in the late 90s. Since then I have participated in and conducted research around digital and computational design. My Nordic roots drive me increasingly towards …Continue
Added by Mr. Gudjon Thor Erlendsson on April 15, 2020 at 7:47am — No Comments
We have been hearing of the end of modernism for a long time, why is it still here? Art movements are founded on a philosophy as well as being fixed in the era the movement operates in. It is always difficult to mark a specific start and end date for cultural and artistic eras. Movements feed off and feed into one another, and the shift to a new movement tends to be more gradual than we are led to believe.
The overarching movements prior to Modernism were…Continue
Added by Mr. Gudjon Thor Erlendsson on April 15, 2020 at 7:43am — No Comments
Video shows my attempt to create Grasshopper plugin in GHPython for Bolts&Welds design. As always it turns out to be really time-consuming and still needs a lot of new features.
Rhino + Grasshopper
Added by Wojciech Radaczyński on April 5, 2020 at 7:10am — No Comments
Rhino + Grasshopper
Excel + TT Toolbox
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At Parametricos we love collaborating with great people that do their best to improve our design workflow. …Continue
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Learn how to Create 3D Concept Model of BIG Architect's Aahrus Tower in Rhino3D in only 5 minutes.
Simple and easy to learn video tutorial on Rhino 3D modelling for Architecture.…Continue
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A simple algorithm to track the virus situation in Italy (a Grasshopper user PoV). The algorithm shows the data collected by the Protezione Civile.
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Added by Luciano on March 13, 2020 at 4:19am — No Comments
I found Trim curve for rhino python script editor in the following link.
Conversion into GH python on file below.
Any feed back thank…Continue
Added by Schino on January 15, 2020 at 10:36pm — No Comments
Its that time of year again, where I upload my simplified arrangement of grasshopper so you can start to model your case studies.
You can download it here.AA ETS2 2019-20 1.4 FEA with Rhino, Grasshopper and Karamba (CTM)
This works with the free version of Karamba and Rhino 6.
Added by Ciaran Malik on January 8, 2020 at 4:00pm — No Comments
I thought this might be simple but I'm having trouble finding support on this. I have a blade fence modelled up with grasshopper and I've been able to lay the blades flat and number them with heights listed. What I want to do is create a table that collects all of the heights from each fence and put them together for quick reference. It would be good to be able to export this table to excel.
Thanks in advance for your help!…Continue
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