In this Tutorial, I will be 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 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.
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 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 tutorial, we will model the Lotus Temple in Grasshopper. First, we will study the form and how it can be remodeled with a series of circles. Then we will produce the arcs which make the concrete shells of the temple. We will also model the outer part and finish this tutorial.
In this Rhino Grasshopper tutorial, we will remodel the Kinetic Rain by ART+COM Studios (2012). First, we will model a rectangular array of points and then we will use the point attractor technique to move the points down. Finally, we can connect the lines and show the points with a cloud display.
In this Ladybug Grasshopper tutorial, I will show you the basics. First I will show you how to install Ladybug and run the components. Then I will explain the energy plus weather files (EPW) and how they give us the most important information about temperature, humidity and wind.
In this Lunchbox grasshopper tutorial, I will show you how you can make complete diamond panels on a closed NURBS surface. First, we will use the lunchbox plugin to produce the panels and then we fix the triangle panels by combining them into diamonds and finally combine them back together.
In this tutorial, we will use the point attractor technique to model a parametric wall. first, we will define the base surface and study how we can use point attractors to produce a wavy surface. Then we will make a solid and use contour to finalize the parametric wall.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will explain how you can use the Facet Dome tool to produce Voronoi cells on a revolved surface. First we are going to produce the surface and then pull the voronoi cells on the surface and then make the frames.
In this Point Attractor tutorial, we will use a point to deform a star shape. First, we will use a base surface, divide it into rectangular panels and then study the basics behind the star pattern. We will use the point attractor to move the star points in their lines and change their shapes.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will model the Bejing Water Cube in Grasshopper. First I will explain the steps we have to take to reach the final model and then I will explain the steps one by one. We will start with a shell box and then use Voronoi3d to produce the results.
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 thisRhino Grasshopper Tutorial, we will model something similar to the Canton Tower. First we will define 3 ellipses and then rotate them to make the tower’s sections. After lofting the sections we can use the Lunchbox plugin to make the structure and by using the Dispatch we will extract two different groups of the structure.
In this video tutorial, I will explain how to use Contour component in Grasshopper to produce a parametric facade. We will use rhino to model the opening and deformation and finally use contour to produce the curves and sections.
In this parametric design video, we will have a review of the EKKO installation structure. First, we will take a look at the project and how it’s made and then we will remodel it in Rhino 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 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 Rhino tutorial, I will show you how you can easily model the absolute towers with simply modeling the first floor and then making the tower with the Polar array tool. First, we model a cylinder and then we make the roof and finally the windows.
In this metaball Grasshopper tutorial, I will teach you how you can produce a freeform column model that merge together and form a metaball. First, we will produce the point charges and then based on a profile curve we will produce the metaball curves.
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 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.