algorithmic modeling for Rhino
I'm pleased to announce we have a new course out.
We're going to recreate the famous villa Savoye from Le Corbusier, a cornerstone project in the modern architecture movement in Rhino 3D.
After this course you will know how to model projects with simple geometry and have a better understanding of how to efficiently…Continue
Added by Arie-Willem de Jongh on April 24, 2015 at 12:06pm — No Comments
In Autocad it is really easy to unfillet or change a radius of a filleted curve. Unfortunately in Rhino this is not possible (or I'm missing something really big here :)).
That's why I've wrote a nifty unfillet script in Grasshopper. As input you can put any polyline that has some or all corners filleted. Warning though, a spline doesn't work, only a polyline that has filleted corners.
P.S. Only works in Rhino v5 and you need python for grasshopper: …Continue
Voronoi on torus, definition:
Vicente showed a more elegant solution, i always seem to forget that we have a 3D voronoi component :) this is the def based on the one Vicente made:…Continue
Nice! you just finished your design. This time you thought, up yours with all that minimalism. This time for my façade I'm going to use a lot of different colours, in fact all the colours of the rainbow, in some fancy parametric way. Then its done, it's the shit, everything is where it needs to be. But then.... you get the colour chart send from the manufacturer, with the actual pantone colours. In other words real-life-colours, if you would be so kind to transform your 'screen'-colours into…Continue
I've done some research about how to achieve this using various sources online. Mainly:
Here are two definitions that are really helpfull for me, i hope they are for you guys as well.
1) Complete (with side edges) hexagonal grid on any surface. There are some vb scripts out there but they dont give you the edges. Also the lunchbox plugin gives you only the individual lines, and some weird things happen at the edges. This def works 100%.
2) Complete diagrid (with side edges) on any surface. I think there are some vb scripts out…Continue