algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Just noticed a small irregularity in the code, it creates patterns that are more square than they should be. This is due to the random vectors for the start points of the Floater. You are creating random values for x, y and z, then you are unitizing the vector. This means that the initial positions are evenly distributed in a square or cube and then projected onto the circle or sphere, but there will be more initial positions located along the diagonal than along the axes. In a square from -0.5 to 0.5 you could ignore those initial positions that have a length of more than 0.5. Not sure though if anybody still does DLA these days...
Hi everyone, I know this topic is old, but I just wanted to share a gh definition for DLA using Anemone, for those who doesn't use VB. It is may be not the cleanest way to do but it works (inspired by this paper :https://wooj.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/gsd-fall-2012-dla-system.pdf)
Hi Vicente, yes - I checked and the updated script above still works with the current version of Grasshopper. Could it be something in your preview settings? (from the GH display menu)
Is this suppose to work with the latest version? It seems to run but it doesn't appear in rhino.
Hi Daniel, for some reason the VB component gives me runtime errors regarding namespace importing, any clue about what may be wrong?
Hi I'm new in working with Grasshopper and have a Question about your Script. Is it possible to let it work on an Surface? If Yes hw i can do it, I tried but cant figure it out. Or maybe is there another Script which can do that?
Hi thanks for sharing this script, however I am trying to edit it so it will go towards an attractor (eg: food source) and as it grows the older parts die off (like slime mould) Any suggestions? Sorry I am quite new to ghopper. Thank you!
Hello, Can you please update this for ghx 0.9 Thank you!!
DLa dosent run with ghx 0.9xxx...
can you update it plz ?
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