In this Paracourse Lesson, we will model a Geodesic Dome in Grasshopper. First, we will use a Plugin to make the Baselines and then we will use advanced techniques to make the lines into polygons and thicken the dome.
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 exercise, you will learn how to use point attractors for scaling and moving a series of rectangles. First, we will define the attractors and then we will use a remap to move and scale them and finally Loft the results
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will show how you can use metaball and the Cocoon Plugin to produce voxel models. The base of this tutorial is to teach you how you can use the voxel modeling technique to model complicated forms.
In this Rhino Basics Series we will talk about the Cplanes in Rhino and how understanding it can help your model more professionally and faster. First, we will cover different Cplanes and then we will use it for splitting and trimming surfaces.
In this grasshopper tutorial, we will learn how to use a set of curves for attraction. You will learn how to use advanced grasshopper techniques to analyze the distance between the point grids and the attractors.
In this Laser cut design video, I have made a definition to produce a parametric pattern for laser cutting. First I will explain the inputs and how you can change them to change the base pattern and in the end, you can give thickness to your design.
In this Grasshopper Lesson, I will show you with simple steps on how to make a venation pattern in Grasshopper using a short walk method. First, we will talk about the algorithm and how the pattern can be produced by random points and then we make it advanced by defining multiple point attractors.
In this video, I will show you how you can use the Parametric Waffle shelf #1 in Grasshopper and produce the sections for Laser cutting or CNC Milling Enroll…
In this Paracourse lesson, we will use the Paneling Tools plugin to cover a Nurbs surface with a series of modules. We will use point attractors to distribute the modules and at the end, we will count each module and export them in different layers.
In this Tutorial, I will show you how you can use the Voronoi command in Grasshopper and how you can use it to produce the Voronoi cells. First we will talk about the random nature of voronoi cells and then we will use populate…
In this ParaCourse lesson, we will study the Pinch n Spread component of the Pufferfish plugin and how we can use it to morph a series of strips on a Nurbs surface.
In this grasshopper tutorial, you will learn how to use a single section and a curved path to produce a parametric model. First I will explain how we can orient the section into the curve and then we will model the rest.
In this Twisted Floor Lamp definition, you can simply extract the final curves for fabrication. There are many different parameters for the twisted lampshade that you can change. (Rhino 6 Only)
In this ParaCourse Lesson, we will study a simple circle packing technique by using the sphere collide component (Kangaroo plugin) and make a series of circles fit onto a surface.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will model the evolution Door and show you how you can use simple geometrical assumptions to model a mechanism in Grasshopper. First we will study the Movement and then we will simulate it.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will show you some techniques which you can use to modify the rail curve. By modifying the rail curve you can also design new parametric models.
In this ParaCourse Lesson, I will teach you how to model a wavy facade in Grasshopper. This tutorial is somehow Hard so watching the Multi-curve Attractor lesson will help you to understand the steps easily.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will teach you how to define a parametric point in grasshopper and use it to design a framed facade. First we will find the distance between the attractor and the points and then we will define the extrusion
In this Paracourse Lesson, we will model something similar to the Aqua tower (located in Chicago) using the Cocoon Plugin. First, we will use a simple box to get the base shape and then by using curves we will model the facade and by implementing several techniques we will finish the tutorial.
In this Grasshopper lesson, I will talk about a technique you can use to produce smooth meshes. This tutorial will be the first for the smooth mesh series and can help you produce organic patterns.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will teach you how to use sorting data to produce a spiral based surface and then convert it to smooth Mesh. First I will produce a surface by revolving a profile curve and then we will divide the surface with isotrim. By connecting the corners we can produce the spirals.
In this Grasshopper Course lesson, I will use the image sampler and combine it with Voronoi cells. Basically, this will help you understand how to analyze images brightness for geometry transformations.
In this Grasshopper Lesson, I will explain a complete technique about producing parametric Louvers on freeform NURBS surfaces. First, we will study the basics and how we can twist a series of surfaces and then we will use Point attractors to complete the tutorial.
In this Course definition, you can make a series of curve attractor on a wall surface and then make sections to fabricate the final model. You can also switch between the 3d model and sections and also make the sections curves ready for fabrication.