Posts Tagged ‘math’
another particle test from within grasshopper – this script is more directly exploring the displayPipeline and grasshopper’s potential for colour and line weights from within VB components. still some issues with clearing the displayConduit on update but a call can be made to either pause or capture every frame before disposing…
we’re now looking to further develop auto-organizational systems + network structures (via particles and chains) and will start posting our grasshopper definitions for public exploration by sometime next week.
another rhinoScript to grasshopper VB translation that takes a mesh object and recursively subdivides into child mesh faces with rotation, generation and mutation (optional). gets pretty interesting when selecting a number of mesh faces with the original before varying the rotational and mutation values.
we’re developing the script further to constrain the geometry to set volumes. (more…)
no better period other than xmas holidays to take some time out and explore grasshopper scripting – we’ve been revisiting some of our old rhinoscript files and have worked out that it’s way more fun to explore parameter space in real-time… (more…)
rhino 4.0 / grasshopper 0.60043
the veiled house in surry hills is in the final weeks of construction certificate.
the project proposes an entire redevelopment of a two storey terrace, adding an additional level + ground floor rear extension. an 8m high x 2.5m metre wide black anodised laser cut screen is proposed to veil the entire infill section (entry) of the house which we conceived to be of a highly decorative but light articulation. (more…)
as a first reference for any aspiring product-by-math designer, a new kind of science by the physicist / mathematician, stephen wolfram is available from wolframs own academic portal for online browsing or as a downloadable print package. the publication is an empirical and systematic study of computational systems (incl. biological machines) and argues that the scientific philosophy and methods appropriate for the study of simple programs are relevant to other fields of science.