In this grasshopper definition by Junichiro Horikawa you can model a triangular 3D pattern.
The paper by Krystyna Januszkiewicz and Karol G. Kowalski, deals with the parametric architecture which is trying to introduce a new spatial language in the context for urban tissue that correspond to the artistic consciousness and the attitude of information and digital technologies era.
This paper by T Al-Azzawi and Z Al-Majidi, presents a set of global experiences illustrating the use of digital design technologies in different stages of production, highlighting the final characteristics of the products and what they have in common.
This paper by Verina Cristie, Nazim Ibrahim, and Sam Conrad Joyce, looks at the use of GHShot versioning tool developed by the authors (Cristie & Joyce, 2018; 2019) used to capture and track changes and progression of parametric models to understand early-stage design exploration and collaboration empirically.
This paper by Rayaan Ajouz, discusses how using Grasshopper as a parametric design tool can be applied by structural engineers to improve well-informed decision making, when designing a steel structure.
This thesis by Yassin Salah El-Din Ashour, presents a workflow called the ‘creative optimization workflow’ using a Multi-Objective Optimization (MOO) engine called Octopus that runs within Grasshopper3D, a parametric modeling tool, and multiple simulation software.
The article by Mrtin Bielik, Sven Schneider, and Reinhard König, presents a graph-based spatial analysis toolset (“decoding spaces” components) which we have recently developed as an extension of the visual scripting language Grasshopper3D for Rhino.
This paper by Alexandre Dubor, Guillem Camprodom, Gabriel Bello Diaz, Dagmar Reinhardt, Kate Dunn, and Rob Saunders, examines the potential for creative practitioners to adopt robotic fab rication processes augmented with the introduction of sensors.
This paper by Jessie Rogers and Marc Aurel Schnabel, evaluates along with expert assessment, the novel, evolving and creative instruments employed for a digital design process.
This study Sinan Gültekin, Ahmet Ural, and Ulas Yaman, concentrates on embedding Quick Response (QR) codes on the interior surfaces of the 3D printed artifacts.
This paper by Boris Plotnikov, Gerhard Schubert and Frank Petzold, describes the use of digital tools in the early, creative design process is the focus of an interdisciplinary teaching and research project.
This Study by Can Mert Al and Ulas Yaman, presents an alternative automated method to the conventional design and fabrication pipeline of 3D printers is developed by using an integrated CAD/CAE/CAM approach.
This Article by Ruphan Swaminathan presents a realistic multiphysics simulation of magnetically actuated origami robots with focus on real-time interactions between the origami and magnets.
This paper by Sebastian Charles Dietrich presents a new open-source structural analysis plugin for Grasshopper – RhinoRstab. The plugin bridges data between Rhinoceros3d and RSTAB.
The purpose of this article by Mohammed Akazaf is to throw light on the mathematical and philosophical foundations that have opened architecture to the hegemony of digital technologies.
This paper by Evgueni T. Filipov, Tomohiro Tachi and Glaucio H. Paulino, describes thin sheets that have long been known to experience an increase in stiffness when they are bent, buckled, or assembled into smaller interlocking structures.
This paper by Stefan Pillwein, Johanna Kübert, Florian Rist and Przemyslaw Musialski, describe a method for generating a layout to implement Elastic geodesic grids (EGG) structures that can provide free-form surfaces.
This paper by Haoyu Yang, Ruiwei Liu, Ani Luo, Heping Liu and Chuanyang Li, describes a mathematical model of lightweight single-layer tensegrity structures on the basis of their geometric parameters.
This paper by Marco Hemmerling, discusses a case study for a seating element that takes into account human factors as well as aspects of structural performance, material properties and production parameters within an integrative design approach.
This paper by Mostafa Zahri present a new model for simulating an interesting class of Islamic design. Based on periodic sequences on the one-dimensional manifolds, and from emerging numbers, we construct closed graphs with edges on the unit circle.
This Paper by Mark Beecroft of the Manchester Metropolitan University School of Art, has been exploring the potential of 3D printing in industrial knitting.
This Paper by Dr.-Ing Martin TRAUTZ presents a method of developing the folding plate principles on spatial structures also with irregular and freeform geometries.
This paper was edited by Berfu Ayhan, is about the use of crystal metaphor traces, a discontinuous emergence at the intersections between humanity- natural history and architectural thought, where nature has been accepted to develop human experience in creating arts.
This paper was edited by Rudi Stouffs and Sevil Sariyildiz, aims to investigate the use of building performance simulation tools as a method of informing the design decision of NZEBs.
This exhibition was curated by Michael Stacey, explores the relationship between architecture, manufacturing techniques and digital technology.
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