algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Are you a designer with sweet Rhino and Grasshopper skills looking for the opportunity to work on some of the world's most exciting and ambitious new buildings? Do you like beautiful weather, delicious food, and weird animals? Woods Bagot is currently hiring Rhino/Grasshopper experts for our Melbourne and Perth studios. If interested, send me a message or send an email to…Continue
Ability to place as many points as you'd like and designate them as attractors or repulsors, control minimum and maximum vector values per attractor/repulsor, and differentiate between resulting geometry by a length threshold. Repetitive node sequences captured as clusters. Works for any curve set with a consistent number of vertices per cell. Definition attached. For original Grasshopper 0.6 definition check out …Continue
Added by Brian Ringley on April 8, 2015 at 12:14pm — No Comments
City Tech is excited to offer an evening course in 3D printing open to students and professionals alike. The course will run from 6pm to 9pm on Tuesday nights for 9 sessions, starting October 1st and running through November 26th. The course will take place at NYCCTfab, a state of the art fabrication facility in downtown Brooklyn.
Students will use Rhino to learn how to design for 3D printing using the ZPrinter 650 and the MakerBot…Continue
The following are Grasshopper definitions used to build a foundational understanding of computation to be used toward architectural design and fabrication. These definitions were authored by Zach Downey of PARABOX for the NYC College of Technology course…Continue
Added by Brian Ringley on September 3, 2012 at 7:07am — No Comments
The following are Grasshopper definitions used to design and array BRep components from the NYCCTfab workshop plyABILITY: Firefly + CNC for Performance Feedback.
Creating a base BRep component…Continue
Added by Brian Ringley on July 19, 2012 at 3:38pm — No Comments