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VERTEX DIGITAL DESIGN

VERTEX DIGITAL DESIGN
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[Sub]Code This page is set up to host bits of codes and sample algorithms. Those algorithms are free to be explored or even shared with proper recognition to the author.Please let me know if you reached any interesting result using any piece of the code provided. Before downloading anything from Digital [Sub]stance you consent to the following license agreement Digital [Sub]stance by Marios Tsiliakos is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. “If you Enjoyed anf found the content of this blog useful please consider donating to keep Digital [Sub]stance up and running.” Grasshopper Definitions

GhPython For designers who want to use the same flexible language everywhere, GhPython is the Python interpreter component for Grasshopper that allows to execute dynamic scripts of any type. Unlike other scripting components, GhPython allows to use the rhinoscriptsyntax to start scripting without needing to be a programmer. Once on-board and with some practice, you can also get the most of external Python and .Net modules and libraries. This component is open-source, and works in Rhino 5. Join this group to receive updates of new versions, and visit the Grasshopper forum for support. To install: In Grasshopper, choose File > Special Folders > Components folder. Downloads: License: Co-de-iT | Computational Design Italy Homepage - Automated Fabrication & Design Lab

n-fold geometry Path Mapper Help As a result of a request please find a series of examples for using the Path Mapper component. The First installment of this is showing the Path Mapper imitating some already existing components. Flatten, Graft, Simplify and Flip Matrix. There is also an additional example showing Integer Divide to which there is no existing component. For those uninitiated in the dark arts of pathmapper the component can be found on the Sets Tab> Tree Section with the icon of a red cube. UPDATED to correct an error in the Flip Matrix demonstration path_count should be item_count. Updated: 2011-04-20 Replace Branches Not sure if it's right to include this here as its actually encouraging you not to use the Path Mapper, but sometimes there are benefits to being able to keep the definition free from restrictions like the Path Mapper. I hope to follow this up with some more..... Tags: Branches, Mapper, Path, Pathmapper, Replace Attachments: PathMapper_20110315.ghx, 658 KB ▶ Reply to This

Space Symmetry Structure Students Create Mind-Bending Wooden Parametric Pavilion (Video) Digital tools have been changing the face of design and production in the last couple of decades; from the democratizing of design to dynamic, digitally fabricated housing , all this points to an interesting future of design where seemingly impossible forms become possible for more people, with less waste. Another example of this trend is this mind-bending pavilion recently created by architecture students at Montreal's McGill University -- a winning design from a school competition, in collaboration F.A.R.M.M. (Facility for Architectural Research and Media Mediation. Characterized as "urban furniture" with a twist, the ContemPLAY pavilion's neverending, layered form is made possible thanks to parametric modelling software (Grasshopper), resulting in a striking three-dimensional moebius form, physically expressed in laminated plywood, steel tubing and metal, and supported by a triangular truss: It's fascinating to see the construction process in action:

The Electronic Cocktail Napkin Project Authors (old page as appeared in Colorado 1994-1999) * Mark and Ellen recently moved (September, 1999) from University of Colorado to University of Washington. Check out the Design Machine Group for exciting new projects! Authors Mark D. Design Machine Group Department of Architecture University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-5720 mdgross@u.washington.edu Ellen Yi-Luen Do Design Machine Group Department of Architecture University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-5720 ellendo@u.washington.edu Project summary The Electronic Cocktail Napkin is a pen based drawing environment written in Macintosh Common Lisp. Our goals are: (1) support designers making hand drawn diagrams and sketches, (2) support the management of drawings (notebooks, search, tracing) (3) support interpretation of drawings in context of the design domain Electronic Cocktail Napkin Topics Diagrams and Sketches in Design Trainable Recognition Parsing Diagrams Things that Paper Does Well Collaborative Design The Sketchbook Pilot Studies

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