algorithmic modeling for Rhino

A video showcasing multi-level iteration in Grasshopper with the next-generation HoopSnake component (0.6.x). In this setup there is a total of 7 components, linked together to form a 3-level iterative test structure. Depending on their connectivity the components follow different iteration patterns (nested or serial iteration).

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Comment by helmut verschooren on February 2, 2012 at 5:44am

Hi guys,

I'm new in using Hoopsnake but already trying to integrate several loops into one. In my example below I try to run through a collection of points in the xy-plane (10 x 10 pnts). The first HS component creates a translation along the x-axis, the second one a translation along the y-axis. After each 10 y-translations (for example {0;0} to {0;10}), I want the point to retrieve at {1;0}, and do the same amount of iterations, but for the new starting point.

For now, the 2 loops don't seem to work together properly. An array component however is not an alternative. I want to integrate this example into a larger script, where it is important to create the different points one at the time. Do yout have an idea? (if you want me to send you my script, let me know)


Comment by Cooper Jones on October 15, 2011 at 12:39pm

This is a great definition. Have been trying to work on a definition that uses two new HoopSnake components to do two recursions simultaneously such that there is one which tests the z value of a control point on a mesh and the other making sure that the water level changes to make sure the same total volume of water is accounted for. but I can't seem to get both to run such that the outcome satisfies both qualifications. any ideas?

Comment by Yoann Mescam (Systemiq) on September 10, 2011 at 5:50pm
Well done !





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