A simple script developed during the Rib maker script, this Rhinoscript interface allows the user to select a set of curves then input a sequential set of curve parameters between 0 and 1. The curve set is then broken according to the sequential parameters.
This rhinoscript takes a collection of objects and produces a series of documentation drawings in Orthographic, Auxillary, and Isometric projection producing a total of 26 drawings.
This Rhino Script breaks a curve down into a series of equidistant points represented as lines.
This functionality has been added into rhino 5.
The expanded surface is the final release of the unfolded surface series at this time. This version generates an expanded surface which provides higher structural rigidity as well as aesthetic texture. This script includes a function to find the triangular inpoint from a series of 3 different points.
This rhino script allows the user to create highly varied, yet controllable, low polygon count “hairs”.
This is the first set of a developing series of image reading scripts designed to bridge hand sketching with three dimensional modeling. Inspired by a project by Onur Gun, the manifestation of form from relative image intensities, begins to open rapid spatial development.
A tool developed to expedite fabrication. Each click adds text which counts by a specified increment allowing for quick numbering, with your choice of prefixes.
This Rhino Script allows the user to select a piece of geometry then selects the inverse and hides it. Use _show to reveal this geometry.
This rhinoscript uses a random function to produced minor variations in Position (move), Orientation (rotation), and Dimension (scale) within a range specified by the user.
This Rhino Script allows the user to create an oscillating lattice of curves.
This rhino script allows the user to match the layers material color to that layer’s layer color.
This Rhino Script allows the user to select multiple layer names and add a prefix to it.
This rhinoscript, developed for circulation diagrams, converts curves into variable styles of surfaced three dimensional arrows.
This tool derives the median surface from a selected set of surfaces and places it at the origin point of a scene.
This Rhino Script allows the used to select multiple sets of curves to run the loft command on, reducing the total amount on time spent cycling through options.
This rhinoscript allows the user to select multiple curves, the start radius, the end radius, and the cap type. It is not needed in Rhino 5
Much of this same functionality can be obtained with using the command seldup in Rhino 5.
This Rhino Script allows the user to pack a series of curves into a set boundary with several options for scaling, orientation, sorting, and numbering.
Part of a library of environmental effect graphic generators this Rhino Script produces a series of lines which fall like rain upon Rhino’s cplane.
This simple rhinoscript, developed to randomize sets of objects for material application in rendering, allows the user to select a set of objects and place them into a user specified number of groups.