Kangaroo assembly for Grasshopper is a wonderful tool to do physical simulation, especially for designers. It’s fully integrated with Grasshopper environment, easy to use and flexible enough to enable architects to simulate particle-based systems. But as you start developing upon it you’ll realize that the real power of kangaroo is beyond ready-to-use default components. You can easily hack it and define new behaviors.
Last week, as a part of our Form and Structure seminar, we needed to extract data of each calculation step separately which is not a part of default kangaroo solver, so I developed this component that will give you the result after doing
AutoCad has been always the last thing that I want to deal with! But ever since I start working as an architect, I find AutoCad as a mandatory part of professional environment where all the documents should be transferred and reviewed in this software. And I said “Okay! let’s face the truth and instead of complaining, make it a better place to work…”.
It happens sometimes that you want to transfer an
As part of our faculty building renovation, it was decided to create a new information board for our scientific association. My proposal was to create a framework instead of a static one.(more…)
This set of visual works is my latest investigation in how random movement combined with user interacts could create beautiful effects…
Think about intelligent shop’s window adapts displayed goods for passers-by and tons of artistic ideas which could become possible by using image processing technologies. Maybe it was a dream a couple of decades ago to gain a real-time effect, but nowadays by the emerge of powerful computers and gadgets such as Microsoft Kinect and Asus Xtion, it’s quite possible to use image processing as a mature technology.
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