About this course
This course tackles one of the most important aspects of parametric modeling; having an extensive series of values that are all distinct and map them to the nearest controlled value for optimization purposes.
To do this, we´ll perform some exercises dealing with a modular facade surface with changing floorplans to illustrate how this principle may apply to any design situation where variation must be controlled and reduced.
We will also cover some visualization techniques (indexing of modules by color) so the whole exercise can be assessed. Lastly, you´ll learn how to do optimization using the Galapagos Evolutionary Solver and how to use the Human Plugin to position 3D blocks into our parametrically optimized facade.
- Modulate a huge array of values into a determined set.
- Visualization Techniques.
- Geometry optimization using Galapagos Evolutionary Solver.
- Using Human´s toolset for 3d blocks positioning.
- Learn how to combine Rhino´s 3d Modeling with Grasshopper parametric capabilities.
1.- Modulating a set of values to a determined number14min 46seg
2.- Using rationalized values to displace modules13min 03seg
3.- Visualization Part 1: Indexically color modules06min 25seg
4.- Visualization Part 2: Differentiate Floor-plates in the facade07min 05seg
5.- Using Galapagos solver to optimize floor-plates09min 13seg
6.- Using Human tool-set to distribute a set of blocks17min 54seg