This rhino script allows the user to create highly varied, yet controllable, low polygon count “hairs”.
This Rhino Script presents the user with a series of options to create random point clusters in different geometric volumes as well as surface or curve parameters.
This script allows the user to rebuild curves that fall within a certain point count range.
This script allows the user to rebuild surfaces that fall within a certain point count range.
This Rhino Script takes allows the user to select a series of curves and a curve to reference them against.
This Rib fabrication Rhino script allows the user to select a surface, input the row and column count, specify the rib dimensions, then sit back, have a coffee and let the computer do the work.
This Rhino Script takes allows the user to select a series of curves and a curve to reference them against. From this relationship the user can select a new curve which will deform the series of curves relative to the difference between the two reference curves.
This fabrication script presents a simple tool to evaluate a surface with a triangular pattern and unfold this pattern in a series of bands.
This Rhinoscript takes any image reads the luminance value of the image at a user specified 2d increment and uses the results as a scalar multiplier against a user specified value for a selected set of objects.
A re-adaptation of a rhino script available at core.form-ula.com which allows the user to select any objects and spiral them about a curve as well as scale the object at a set iteration.
This script allows the user to morph between multiple surfaces at a given instance.
This script produces six options for surface subdivision within Rhino. It provides a curveset as an output which can be used for module population.
Surface wave is a very simple rhinoscript tool which uses a curve to create a sine wave based surface.
The multiSweep script allows for the selection of multiple rails and a profile from which the profile’s relative planar orientation is determined and automatically aligned perpendicular to each rail.
A very simple Rhino Script tool designed to give anchor points to text objects in Rhino 4
may be a very simple script, but it is a handy one to have around. The command is modeled after adobe illustrator’s transform each feature and follows its namesake.
This Rhino Script triangulates a surface with three pattern options
This simple triangulation fabrication script takes a single surface and evaluates it at a user specified density. The script then creates a flattened set of strip templates for printing/ lasercutting which are numbered for easy assembly.
This simple triangulation fabrication script evaluates a surface and creates a tiled set of triangulated pieces with incrementally numbered tabs. To assemble, simply combine tabs with matching numbers… and your done.
This Rhino Script presents a series of options for the visualization of points, relative to graphic output.