Category Archives: Rhino/Grasshopper

COMPUTERS IN SOCIETY X PARAMETRIC WOOD

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Plate Splices – Working

I’m now able to generate members and splices at the ends based on a simple line diagram and everything seems to be working.  The bulk of the definition is now simply getting the planes to rotate properly, which serve as … Continue reading

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Geodesic Definition Dissected

I tried to reconfigure Dan’s geodesic investigation into a more accessible and understood version. I clustered the components based on the definition logic and annotated it with what’s happening at each step. I saved a copy of the .ghx on … Continue reading

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Joint Differentiation

I was able to get Grasshopper to distinguish between different joint conditions at a basic level.  The spheres are placeholders to mark a node joint while the rest of the points will be “T” joints.  For now this is as … Continue reading

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Good geodesic defintion

So, I got the new geodesic definition completed, and I think it is working alot better in terms of the holes, and also the overall ability to manipulate and derive information from it, because all the branches are easy to … Continue reading

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Straight Laths

So, I got the laths to lay on the surface, and they unroll straight, and the intersection middles can be solved, that is my next step, then, these could be unrolled and laser cut to make any surface that is … Continue reading

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one foot in the grave.

“This Grasshopper definition was inspired by the structure for the new Pompidou-Metz Center by Shigeru Ban. The structure is said to be inspired by hexagonal weaving pattern found in traditional Chinese hats. This is a very common weaving pattern also found in … Continue reading

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