Paracourse Example Files
In this Grasshopper weaverbird example file, you can create a triangular mesh from a SubD surface and then give its borders some offset.
Now that you have learned how to scale a series of voronoi cells you can use this example file to design a parametric pavilion with more control over the final shape.
In this Grasshoper Heteroptera example file , you can use the random vector component to generate random lines from a point.
In this Grasshopper Pufferfish Example File, you can use the Pufferfish plugin to create a series of interpolated curves on a Nurbs surface .
In this Grasshopper Script, You can add details to your plan by providing lines for the wall, doors, and windows.
In this grasshopper kangaroo example file, you can design a parametric tensile structure with Kangaroo 2 and then use the Leopard Plugin to have more control over the anchor points.
In this Grasshopper Kangaroo example file, you can use the region union component to create a parametric pavilion.
In this Grasshopper Lunchbox example file, you can design a smooth space truss structure.
In this grasshopper example file, you can design a parametric modular waffle structure using polygonal shapes.
In this Grasshopper Anemone Example File, you can design a parametric bridge similar to the Rolling Bridge by Thomas Heatherwick.
In this Grasshopper weaverbird Example File, you can design a parametric facade by deforming a series of quads and smoothing the final results.
In this Grasshopper Example File, you can design a parametric building similar to the new loop-shaped research centre in Hangzhou, China.
In this grasshopper example file, you can design a parametric Bench by defining a series of section curves.
In this Grasshopper Example File, You can model a triangulated lamp shade using the Fennec ,Mesh+ and Kangaroo Plugins.
In this grasshopper Parakeet example file, you can model a parametric Chair by using the differential growth algorithm.
In this Grasshoper Lunchbox example file, you can create a 3d bump pattern on a Nurbs surface.
In this grasshopper example file you can design a series of parametric random shelves.
In this grasshopper parametric joint example file, you can design a mesh as a 3d Joint from a series of Lines
in this grasshopper OpenNest example file, you can put every two peices of sections side to side to reduce the cutting length and optimize it.
In this Grasshopper Kangaroo example file, you can split the edges of a mesh into 2 groups of warp and weft.
In this Grasshopper Fennec example file, you can use design a parametric Spiral Stair.
In this Grasshopper Voronoize example file, you can convert Any surface ,polySurface, brep or mesh into voronoi cells.
In this Grasshopper Heteroptera example file, you can create regions from a list of curves by using the Geometric Region component.
In this Grasshopper Kangaroo example file, you can generate 3d Patterns on a surface by defining point attractors.
Yes! .. that is ‘magnificent’,
But I wish I could have taken it out myself!
(open the definition in GH, and study it is good, …
and I understand Anemone, ok, …
but it would be even more magnificent — I think — to be able to find the way
Alone) There is the true learning of GH.
(That is difficult even, many times, even knowing what you want to achieve)
Exactly, Making a parametric model needs a lot of experience and practice. That’s why we are giving more example files so students can learn from different models.
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