Free Grasshopper tutorials
In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will model a parametric bench by using three different sections and a curve as the bench's rail. First I will orient the sections on the rail and then I will sweep to produce the results. In the end, we will make the sections with per frames.
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.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will show you how you can use the 4point surface tool to fold a surface inspired by the al bahar facade mechanism. First, we will study the techniques we can use to model the module and then we will make it parametric with grasshopper.
In this Grasshopper Tutorial, I will talk about the Space Truss Structure 1 from the Lunchbox plugin. First I will make a freeform Surface and then I will use this tool to convert it to a Space Truss Structure and at the end, you will learn how you can use grasshopper to model some of the structure's details.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will talk about the Import PDB tool and how you can use it to visualize a protein file. First, we download the PDB file from the www.rcsb.org website. After that, you can import the PDB file in grasshopper and use the atom data to visualize the protein.
In this grasshopper tutorial I will talk about the Scale NU tool and how you can use it to scale a set of rectangles non uniformly. First we will array a square and then define a rotated plane to scale the squares diagonally. We will use point attractors to define the weight of scale.