Tag Archive: List Item

Growing Lines – Example 10.3

Another way to approach growing structures using Grasshopper and the looping Anenome add-on is to incrementally change geometry until a certain condition is met. In this example, I will take a series of lines… Continue reading

Random Walk – Example 10.1

This is an example of a structure that grows through a simple process known as a “Random Walk.” These random walks have several applications in scientific modeling, for example ecosystems, and even financial… Continue reading

Geometry through Extrusions and Containment Curves – Example 5.1

Perhaps the simplest way to start creating 3Dimensional objects in 3D modeling environments is through the extrusion command. In this example, I use the extrusion command to make some basic benches and tree… Continue reading

Random Topography and Surface Analysis – Example 4.1

Moving on from 2-Dimensional patterns, these next examples show some tips on how to create and analyze surfaces in Grasshopper and in Rhino. Some can be made with control points (think spot elevations… Continue reading

Parquet Deformations – Example 3.4

Sometimes working on a script in Grasshopper feels like you are wiring a bomb, and if you make one wrong move…BOOM! While this one probably won’t crash your computer, it will get your… Continue reading