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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Program to transform mesh and offsets of this mesh in polylines which converge to the last offset (volume near 0). I called that veinization because it is like vein, not nerves nor venation. It requires Millepede plugin for isosurface calculation, Shrotest Walk and Mesh Edit. 

Polylines can be converted to spline and curvepiping applied like in the last image. 

Sort of medial axis are generated, not perfect :-( They are used to link shrinking zones

20140911_veinization_p.gh (correction of 2 bugs from march version)

Rabbit : Stanford Bunny from Stanford Computer Graphics Laboratory

Cow : model is provided courtesy of MPII by the AIM@SHAPE Shape Repository

Fertility : model is provided courtesy of UU by the AIM@SHAPE Shape Repository

Horse : model is provided courtesy of the AIM@SHAPE Shape Repository

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Comment by Albert on September 11, 2014 at 12:18am

Thank you, can't wait to try it!

Comment by Laurent DELRIEU on September 10, 2014 at 10:40pm

Hi, It must be a bug inside VB, an index out off range in a list. I will look at it. 

Comment by Albert on September 10, 2014 at 3:56pm

Hi Laurent, thanks for sharing. I just download the gh file you shared. And after I installed all plugins I need like Millipede, Shortest Walk and Mesh edit, I still have a problem on the VB script component, why is it red?

Comment by Carlos Pérez on March 4, 2014 at 5:30am

Cool!

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