Grasshopper For designers who are exploring new shapes using generative algorithms, Grasshopper is a graphical algorithm editor tightly integrated with Rhino’s 3-D modeling tools. Unlike RhinoScript, Grasshopper requires no knowledge of programming or scripting, but still allows designers to build form generators from the simple to the awe-inspiring. What is Grasshopper? Example of a grasshopper model to design a sun shading system Grasshopper (GH) is a programming interface for designer.
Grasshopper : Parametric Space Lecture: World Space & Parametric Space; Curve & Surface Evaluation; Re-parametrization Training: 2D Grids; Point Decomposition; Numbers Remapping; Numbers Formatting; 3D Poly-lines Workshop: Structural Building Skin Based on a Polygonal Grid Here is the workshop Grasshopper definition … Here is a quick review of the workshop …
Rhino ++ Grasshopper – Plethora Project Plethora-Project.com is an initiative to accelerate computational literacy in the frame of architecture and design. It aligns with the "show me your screens" motto of the TopLap live-coding group attempting to get rid of Obscurantism in digital design. Directed by Jose Sanchez Contact me at : email@example.com Bio: Jose Sanchez is an Architect / Programmer / Game Designer based in Los Angeles, California. He is partner at Bloom Games, start-up built upon the BLOOM project, winner of the WONDER SERIES hosted by the City of London for the London 2012 Olympics. He is the director of the Plethora Project (www.plethora-project.com), a research and learning project investing in the future of on-line open-source knowledge.
Teaching Resources -SMD Arquitectes We are uploading a series of Resources that we use in our Workshops and courses Grasshopper Rib Structure Rib Structure, (Grasshopper 0.9.0.56) Allows to create ribs from a Solid given. [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. Based on a work at digitalsubstance.wordpress.com. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at
Resources This section introduces basic Grasshopper concepts through annotated Grasshopper definitions. These are intended to be used in conjunction with the Grasshopper tutorials to provide further explanation for the outcomes reached within the tutorials. Growth Typologies WORK IN PROGRESS_A+F 16.11.2011modules gathering according the attraction point’s distance : surface division in module according attraction points : modules divison according the attraction point’s distance : 20.11.2011 Modules connections depending on the bordering modules Grasshopper This component implements a mixed approach to creating curves of constant width for regular polygons of odd segment count. This series of components access the sun system in Rhino and allow for control and returning of sun parameters. These two components allow for two means of list organization. Shear List takes a list of data and creates two lists, one with the last item removed and a second with the first item removed creating a staggered pair of lists making value comparisons simple.
Structural Tessellations and Morphologies The honeycomb is probably the epitome of structural efficiency. Bees have been creating hexagonal comb structures for millenia and humans inspired by the incredible structural strength to weight ratio of their combs have joined them. It is said that the first man-made honeycomb was made by Daedalus using gold by lost wax casting more than 3000 years ago. In 1859 Charles Darwin said that “the comb of the hive-bee, as far as we can see, is absolutely perfect in economizing labour and wax”. Little noticed is that even the the closed ends of the honeycomb cells are also an example of geometric efficiency as their trihedral shape allows two opposing honeycomb layers to nest into each other, with each facet of the closed ends being shared by opposing cells. 50 years later D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson discovered that bees build their honeycombs first as cylinders and as they push more wax onto the inside surface they also push the soft sides out and up against the neighboring cylinders.
Grasshopper 此網誌 從這裡連結 我的網誌清單 顯示具有 Grasshopper 標籤的文章。 顯示所有文章 2012年12月11日星期二 Working with Data Trees Introduction to Data Structures In Grasshopper Takeaways: What are Data Trees? What do all of those index values mean?If I have a Data Tree, How can I precisely navigate through it?My Data Tree is wild!