In this Arduino Tutorial For Beginners, I’m going to show you how you can read and write data to or from Arduino in Grasshopper. First, we will install the Firefly plugin and then we will work with reading and writing function to connect with Arduino.
In thisPufferfish Grasshopper tutorial, we will use the Tween Surface tool to produce a series of surfaces which morph from one surface to another. First, we will use the point attractor technique to produce the deformation on the plane surface and then we will use the pufferfish plugin to produce the tween surfaces.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, we are going to model a parametric Celtic repeating pattern. First, we are going to explain how we can model the base module and then we are going to make a triangular grid, use list item to choose the right corners, make circles with the same radius and then use the region difference to produce the base module. Then we will use a triangular grid to orient the base module on it and finish the tutorial.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial, I will show you how to make a series of parametric Arcs. So first we are going to talk about the Arc component and the inputs and how we can control them and then we are going to dive into a more advanced modeling technique.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will explain about the Graph Mapper tool and how you can implement it in your design. First, we will learn how the Range tool can make data for Graph mapper and then we will use the graph mapper to change the distribution.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial, I will model the Bow Building in Calgary. First I’m going to use the plan picture to draw the curves in Rhino and then I’m going to extrude the facade surfaces and panel them using Lunchbox and Weaverbird
In this Parametric Facade tutorial, I will show you how you can use multiple dispatches to produce a parametric facade. First, we will use a simple curved surface for the facade and then we will use the Lunchbox plugin to panel it with triangles. Then we will work on the vertices of the triangles to finish the modeling.
In this Video tutorial, I will show how you can use “Brep/Plane” intersection tool to produce a simple but complicated pattern on a surface. first we will define parametric curves on the surface and then we will use Per frames to intersect with the surface.
In this video, we will model the Truchet tiles in Grasshopper. First, we will take a look at the tiles and how Truchet tiles work. Then we will use dispatch to produce two sets of square cells. We will simply draw arcs from the midpoint of the edges to form the pattern.
In this Video Tutorial, I will explain how to use dispatch with a simple example. First we will dive into the concept of dispatching geometry with true and false and then we will use a Gene Pool to make an advanced dispatch for the facade panels.
In this video tutorial, I will show how you can use sine or cosine tool to produce parametric curves in grasshopper. First we will do a bit of research about the sine curve and then we will use the combination of sine and cosine to produce advanced curves.
In this Grasshopper Tutorial I will use the Intersect Crv/Crv tool to produce a parametric structure. First I will linear Array a line and then intersect it with two set of parametric polylines. Then I will move the intersection to produce the parametric model.
In this Grasshopper Voronoi tutorial, we will use curve attractors to control the Voronoi cells. First, we will use a boundary to make the base Voronoi cells and then we will define a curve and populate random points in it. In the end, we will use dispatch to split the cells into two groups.
In this video tutorial, I will talk about how you can use sweep1 to produce a parametric surface. first we will define a curve for the rail parameter and then we will orient a section in to the curve and finally sweep the section with the rail to produce the result.
In this Rhino Grasshopper stair tutorial we will use a simple loft surface to model a series of parametric stairs. First we will model the base curves in Rhino and use the loft command in Grasshopper to make the surface. Then we will use the “Contour” command to make the stairs curves and use an offset component combined with etrusion to finish the model.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Lesson, I will show you how to rotate a series of surfaces around their edges and then control how many of the starting and ending ones have a zero rotation. First, we will divide a surface into sections and then extract the edge and finally rotate the panels around the edge.
In this tutorial, we will model a simple Islamic geometric pattern by defining Concentric Circles and model the baselines. First, we will divide those circles and define the pattern of connection between the division points. Finally, by changing the circle’s radiuses, we can model a simple parametric Islamic geometric pattern in Grasshopper.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial, we are going to model a Parametric Reuleaux Triangle and make a pattern by dividing the edges, connecting the points based on relative paths and produce a new pattern by changing the polygon, division number & other parameters which define the geometry.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial & for the Architecture Design Series we are going to model the Evolution Tower. First, we will define a box in Rhino and then import it in Grasshopper Then we will twist the box by defining the axis line and the degree of rotation.
In this Rhino tutorial, I will show you how you can easily model the Boiler suit facade in Rhino. First I will explain about the main panels and how we can model them and then I will model the corner panels and entrance.
In this grasshopper tutorial, we will model a parametric pattern by using Hexagons to produce stars. First, we will study the pattern and how it can be modeled parametrically and then we will make the hexagon grid, extract the corners and put the polygon on the points to make the pattern. We will also study a way of grouping the cells and extract the boundaries.
In this Rhino Grasshopper tutorial, I will model something similar to the ONE Teahouse / MINAX Architects. First, we will define a box and a sphere. Then we will scale NU the sphere so we can control the shape. If we divide the surface of the scaled Sphere into points, Project these points on to the Box and connect them we will have a series of parametric lines which we can finally turn them into a box.
In this attractor point grasshopper tutorial, we will model a series of pyramids which deform based on attractor point. First, we will model the base grid and then we will use a point to attract the tip of the pyramids towards the attractor.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will show you how you can start with a simple base curve and then scale and rotate it to produce a parametric rotating curve. First, we will scale the base curve from 1 to 0.2 and then we will move it in Z direction with a series and at the end, we will rotate it with a range of numbers.
In this video tutorial, I will use three different plugins (Weaverbird, Cocoon, and Kangaroo) which will take your modeling to a whole new level! First, we will model our solid mesh with Cocoon and then we will refine the mesh with Kangaroo and at the end, we use weaverbird to give our mesh some power.