Posts Tagged ‘rhino’

My adviser, Marc, has continually been encouraging me to be rigorous and follow a control and variable method of experimentation. I’m trying to be scientific and actually stick with it. What usually happens is that I’ll do a few experiments and then follow one meandering branch a ways and never getting around to doubling back […]



So, I decided that it was finally time to learn Grasshopper, the form generator, geometric algorithm tool that integrates with Rhino. It seems silly that I’m not taking advantage of the tools that are out there, so I’m going to try to use Grasshopper to test the movement potential of conceptual forms. I made excellent […]