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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Speckle.xyz - Nifty, easy peasy online grasshopper-generated snippet viewer - in amazing 3D!

Hey all! 

Speckle is an easy way to share 3D grasshopper-generated snippets (as long as they can be converted to a mesh, hehe). 

It's really easy to use (you plugin meshes in a component, you double click it - now wait a few seconds, depending on the size & internet connection speed - and you get a sharable link): 

The online viewer is rather basic - for now. See some examples: 

http://speckle.xyz/view/8aqlx/p0z1w0c1 or http://speckle.xyz/view/7yvPma/w1c1. ;

I'm really curious what functionality you would see needed in the future (or do you need it at all?). 

Cheers! 

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Comment by Dimitrie Stefanescu @idid on November 22, 2015 at 11:52am

@yevgeny: Yep, in the works, for both of your feature requests. Expect great things :) be sure to join the group/leave your email up at speckle.xyz/download to get the updates. 

Comment by Yevgeny Koramblyum on November 20, 2015 at 5:05pm

-A key feature would be a way to adjust the parameters on the browser. 

-A way to receive data from the model. If the client approves a configuration. 

Comment by Dimitrie Stefanescu @idid on October 26, 2015 at 9:48am

On the TODO. Expect and update soon with support for points and curves, and some online viewer updates. 

Thanks! 

Comment by Kristoffer Negendahl on October 26, 2015 at 6:12am

It is a fun and easy to use tool. It takes quite large meshes as well, very impressive.

It would be great if you could display mesh-colors derived from Grasshopper. 

Comment by Dimitrie Stefanescu @idid on October 22, 2015 at 6:52am

Yep, three.js FTW! Having fun now with adding embedding functionality. Unfortunately ning has a white list of embeddable iframes, and obviously speckle isn't on it (and probs won't be ever).

Comment by emlplsn on October 22, 2015 at 2:55am

Nice! Good work. WebGL?

Comment by Dimitrie Stefanescu @idid on October 21, 2015 at 5:22am

Thanks! One of the key motivations behind the little tool was to reduce the amount of wiring and complexity. You can't get lower than one component with one input :) 

Comment by Amir Soltani on October 20, 2015 at 4:17pm

It is very amazing and fun! I like the clean web interface. Great work.

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