Parametric Wall

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.

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  • avilla15

    Is there another link to download the remap plus? It is not working for my Rhino 6. It releases some error and makes grasshopper not to read my entire component library, leaving it as a blank canvas until I erase that remap+ 🙁

    • avilla15


      Sorry for the inconvenience!

    • parametric

      Drag and drop it on your canvas it should automatically be added to your user obejcts

  • Redzer

    Is there a free alternative rhinonest

    • parametric

      Orient the curves on a series of XY planes

  • N8_Nelson

    Is there a way to make the attractor points read how close they are to each other and have the surface change height proportionally? So it is not a flat min/max depth

  • rezae

    Hi, Yes it is possible and it’s a brilliant idea. You have to use “Closest Point” in order to measure the distance between each point and it closest point.