algorithmic modeling for Rhino
wow, great features! I gave Kangaroo and WB a try doing some pneumatics and so far so good. Thanks so far. Still I am wondering how you made the mesh in your example because i want to use a grid myself. Especially the intersections seem hard to model. Did you build the whole thing up mannually or is their a parametric way to solve it.
first of all, wellcome to grasshopper :)
second, in order to do any of this you will need to gear up with all the latest plug ins for grasshopper, you can find all of them on http://www.food4rhino.com/
for this video i've used the Kangaroo plug-in form Daniel Piker - http://www.food4rhino.com/project/kangaroo and Grasshopper Tools from Giulio Piacentino for the animation render - http://www.giuliopiacentino.com/grasshopper-tools/#more-1033
the mesh voronoi grid ,I've made myself.
You should start by understanding the Inflate sample in the kangaroo files, experimenting on your own model.
Hope this helps
I'm a 4e year student architectural ingeneering at the University of Brussels and have recently started to use grasshopper+plugins. As a preparation for my master thesis on pneumatic grid shells and their structural behaviour I found it useful to simulate a similar structure as a first step. I suppose you could say your project is a good example of what I'm trying to achieve in the software. So if there's anything you want to share on how to use the plugins properly, you're welcome.
Great inflate/ pressure animation, what renderer are you using to animate? or are you just changing the color setting is GH/ Rhino? If you don't mind could you explain the process that you are using to get movie outputs from GH.
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