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rhinoscript Archive for rhinoscript 100915_ TVMNY in Contemporary Digital Architecture Dimitris Kottas | Contemporary Digital Architecture: Design & Techniques Many thanks to Dimitris Kottas for featuring some of MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY™ works. “This book presents the latest developments of digital technologies in the field of architecture. Barcelona, 2010. 22.4 x 22.6cm, colour illustrations, 387pp. 101010_Updates Proposal(s) and Speculation(s) | Click on image 100922_TVMNY in Form+Code | Casey Reas Form+Code - a new book from Casey Reas, Chandler Mc Williams and LUST - is featuring Aperiodic Vertebrae V2.0 designed by MARC FORNES :: THEVERYMANY™ “Once the exclusive domain of programmers, code is now being used by a new generation of designers, artists, and architects eager to explore how software can enable innovative ways of generating form and translating ideas. 100809-12_MF @St Louis | Wash. Material Resonance | August 09-12, 2010 St. Sponsored By McNeel Rhinoceros

Weaverbird – Topological Mesh Editor Weaverbird is a topological modeler that contains many of the known subdivision and transformation operators, readily usable by designers. Instead of doing the work repeatedly, or sometimes using complicated scripts, this plug-in reconstructs the shape, subdivides any mesh, even made by polylines, and helps preparing for fabrication. Weaverbird – 0.9.0.1 For Rhino 6 using Yak. Open this Grasshopper definition to install Weaverbird using the new-in-Rhino-6 Yak packet manager. Main topological commands: Catmull-Clark smoothing (wbCatmullClark). Split mesh into Quads (wbSplitQuad). Loop smoothing (wbLoop). Split mesh with inner face (wbSplitPolygons). Sierpinsky Triangles subdivision (wbSierpinskyTriangle). Frame (wbFrame). Carpet (wbCarpet). Window (wbWindow). New mesh primitives definitions: wbPrism, wbAntiPrism, wbPyramid, wbDiPyramid Additional commands: – wbOptions. – wbProperties.

Rhino I’m excited to announce that I will be doing a workshop in interactive parametric modelling with Studio Mode and MakerBot in New York, Feb 19-20 (with an optional extra day on Feb 21). We will be using Processing along with CAD tools like Rhino3D to produce parametric models to output 3D models for digital fabrication. MakerBot Industries have graciously offered to lend us some MakerBot Thing-o-matics to produce models from the workshop. The full announcement follows below, please visit Studio Mode’s announcement for enrollment and more details. Continued… 3D printing, architecture, digital-fabrication, makerbot, parametric-design, processing.org, studio mode, Workshops Exciting news: Studio Mode (aka Ronnie Parsons and Gil Akos) and I are working on plans for a parametric design workshop using Processing and Rhino/Grasshopper in New York later this year. Exact dates and format of the workshop are to be determined, but we’re hoping for early December. Code: randCube.rvb Workshop contents

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3a. Ribs – Rhinoscript « Digital Fabrication in Architecture Group 1. Use Control Point Curve to create 3 different profiles closed shape. 2. Space the 3 shapes along the same axis. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. (Note : Put U, V & W sections in different layers & do 1 direction at a time). You can do two of the tree directions each time. U = 30 numbers 9. 10. 11. Using Surface from Planar Curves to create surface. 12. Another way is using RhinoScript will be as follows : On the top view window, draw lines or grids across the surface you selected. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. The scripts can be downloaded in the following link: CutMyOwnRibsV3_en.rvb: unroll_multiple1.rvb: sectioning.rvb: (To save the script on the web site to a .rvb file, click ‘Tools’ -> ‘RhinoScript’ -> ’Edit’. Sending file to Epilog laser engraving machine from Rhino 1 Mark points at the two opposite corner of the rectangle of cutting area. 4 Adjust the scale. 5. Like this:

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Scripting Essentials Getting Started with Scripting Getting started with scripting can be a daunting task for numerous reasons: not knowing exactly where and how best to start, the mountains of documentation available, etc., so below’s an abbreviated approach that should help. Concentrate first on creating simple scripts using the Documentation and Steps to Developing Scripts. The scripting tool referred to here is RhinoScript accompanying Rhino, the 3D modeling software. Hello World! 1) Tools menu: RhinoScript > Edit … (alternatively, Command line: _EditScript) or use a simple text editor, like Windows Notepad, to create and edit your script; save with the .rvb file extension (in this case, save as HelloWorld.rvb) Sub HelloWorld Rhino.MessageBox (“Hello World!”) 2) Tools menu: RhinoScript > Load … (alternatively, Command line: _LoadScript) Add … (browse to where you saved HelloWorld.rvb and Open it) Load … (select HelloWorld from the list of scripts and press Load) Facilitating Script Development / ToolBars

Drawing in perspective with Inkscape When you come across with perspective for the first time, in the beginning it seems that this artistic tool is very difficult to master. But in fact, everything is much easier — you just have to understand what it represents. And eventually tenacity and practice will do the trick. The first thing we need to know in order to construct a picture in perspective is the location of the horizon line — the line where the sky seems to meet the land. To create a perspective in Inkscape we can use helper lines — guides. I. By default, using the 3D Box tool (Shift + F4) we can create a box in two-point perspective (a box stands at an angle to us). H — horizon line X — vanishing point of the left side of the box Z — vanishing point of the right side of the box There is no vanishing point in the Y direction, because these lines are absolutely vertical and parallel to each other. Vanishing points at two-point perspective should be located far enough from each other. II. III. That’s all!

Rhinoceros Revit Dimensions: More Than Meets the Eye, Part 2 by: Kate Morrical | 08/05/2013 Welcome to Revit Dimensions: More Than Meets the Eye, Part 2. (If you missed Part 1, click here to read it.) When we left off last time, I had just shown you how to display “equality text,” used to indicate equal spacing of items. But of course, that isn’t your only option for equality text. If you select the dimension and head over to the Properties Palette, you’ll see Equality Display under Other. Equality Text is the default, and it replaces each instance of the dimension value with text. We’re still not done with options, though. For today, we’ll focus on the Other section. Equality Formula is where you get to have some fun. Now for the explanation. Click Okay, and…ta-da! There’s one last tweak you could make to streamline the display even more. Your options are Tick and Line, Tick Only, and Hide. Even better, let’s say I need to add a beam to this bay. Our final topic today is modifying the dimension text. Just remember: Use this power wisely!

Code & Form Rhino Rss Feed Interactive Parametrics Workshop W/ Studio Mode And Makerbot Friday January 14th 1AM Interactive Parametrics Workshop with Studio Mode and MakerBot, NYC Feb 19-20/21 I’m excited to announce that I will be doing a workshop in interactive parametric modelling with Studio Mode and MakerBot in New York, Feb 19-20 with an optional extra day on Feb 21 . Processing Intro On Modelab Saturday October 9th 10PM Processing introduction post on Studio Mode’s modeLab blog. Arc Drawings Sunday September 26th 10AM Arc Drawing sketches in progress I’m working on a new series of three drawings titled “Arc Drawings”, made using a plotter technique that I’ve never tried before. Rhino: Randcube.rvb Thursday February 14th 7AM Rhinoscript At Mit Iap Monday February 11th 2PM

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