In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to make a series of sections from a surface. First, we will model the surface in Rhino and then we will use contour to make the sections.
In this grasshopper tutorial, we will make a parametric surface by using the tween curve tool and a repeating pattern. First, we learn how to make a series of curves between two curves and then we move them by a repeating pattern to make a surface.
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 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 video tutorial, I will model the confluence park in grasshopper. First I will explain the geometrical constraints of the base polygon of the structure and then I will make it parametric. Then we will work till we finish the surface.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial, I will model an Islamic Geometric pattern and make it parametric by defining moving lines and making a polar array from the main Unit. First, we will study the pattern and how we can make it as easy as possible and then we will start modeling it in Grasshopper.
In this Rhino tutorial, I will show you how you can model the 2000 Japan Pavilion (by Shigeru Ban) with Rhino. First, we will make a parametric surface with record history and then we will make the pipes by contour.
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.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will talk about the Voronoi cell component and how you can combine it with weaverbird to produce smooth mesh. First, we will talk about the center point and the neighbors and then by defining the bounding box, you can produce the Voronoi cell.
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In this Parametric Design Video, I’m going to explain the Voronoi DIagram based on a project located in Mexico which uses the Voronoi cells in the facade Design. First We will study the facade and how it’s fabricated and then we will remodel something similar in Grasshopper.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can (write/read) data (to/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 this firefly grasshopper tutorial, I will answer one of our user’s questions. The tutorial is in two sections. First I will explain how you can make animations in grasshopper and second we will talk about how to visualize sound in grasshopper
In this Paneling Tools Grasshopper tutorial, I will show you how you can use the grid attractors and the cellulate grid tool to produce a series of deforming circles based on point or curve attractors
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will use the closest points tool to produce a tree-like structure. first of all, I will make a freeform surface and divide it into panels and then we will produce parametric points for the location of the columns.
In this video tutorial, I will show how you can use “random” to produce random numbers and use them in your modeling. We will use random numbers for extruding a set of panels in their normal direction and learn how to change the random numbers.
In this video tutorial I will use the Per frames tool to produce a parametric pattern on a curve in grasshopper. You will learn how to use the frames by deconstructing them and using their main vectors to move the origing of the planes.
In this Rhino Tutorial, we will use parametric curves in Rhino to model a series of solids. first, we will use some tricks to make the base curves as simple as possible and then we will use tween curves and extrusion to make the solids. In the end, we will make the base surface and review some extra tips you can use to make your model more professional!
In this Parametric Design & Modeling video I’m going to talk about the Mercedes Benz Stadium and how you can model it in Grasshopper. First we will study the mechanism and then we will remodel it in Grasshopper.
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 Laser Cut Earring Design tutorial, I will show you how to make a parametric model for Rhombus Earrings. First, we will model the base polygon and make it parametric by using evaluate curve and then we will define the sections and offset the boundaries to make the final model.
In this Parametric Architecture video we will take a look at the Schüco Parametric System and how it works. Then we will model the panels in Grasshopper by producing a base surface and then dividing the surface in to panels. We will also use a range of numbers combine by Graph mapper to produce a sine wave.
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 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.