This video shows a growth pattern drive by random direction choices and a simple collision detector that includes other branches and a perimeter.
This is a concept test for creating a frame by frame animation using Rhino and Python. It’s definitely not the fastest way to create an animation but it may be a useful tool to visualize evolving data through time and have a better understanding of some optimization algorithms strategies within a script.
These are some of the machines I have designed for the workshop. They are base on the DYU Open source maker movement but can easily accomplish professional works. Its a good starting point for a workshops but I would recommend a newer options from OpenBuilds or Inventables. All of them are compatible with the Production Cloud Server.
HEX 2.0 is a concept chair design I’ve been working for a few years now. I first thought about it with Marina Peniche at 2008, a few years later y built it with some modifications. It looked good but it wasn’t comfortable. This is my third attempt into finding the right amount of hexagons with the exact amount of tension.
Future note in case I start selling personalized gene edited potato homes and a client start to pressure into coding extra benefits into his home’s DNA.
The goal is to create a bridge like model that suffices these parameters in the most optimal way:
- Create a link between two separate planes.
- Reduce the amount of material used.
- Increase the strength of the link.
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