Join Chris Reilly for an in-depth discussion in this video Data Tree components, part of Up and Running with Grasshopper.
…So we've covered the basics of dealing with multi-pass data structures…in Grasshopper.…Let's look at some more advanced ways of dealing with complex data.…You'll find most of the components we'll work here in the Sets > Tree…component panel.…In this example, we'll look at how to use the Merge component to combine data…streams from multiple sources.…So here I've started by drawing an organic curve in Rhino.…Then setting it as input data to this geometry component.…I've also internalized the curve into my grasshopper file, so…you should have the same exact curves if you're working off the example files.…
Now, I'd like to duplicate this curve, and use it to make a lofted surface.…To do this, I'll start by using the move component under Transform > Euclidian,…and I'll connect the geometry parameters output.…To move components geometry input so to give some control over the height of…my loft and since I'm not quite sure how high I'd like it…I'm going to add a number slider and a unit z vector chained together and…
- What is Grasshopper?
- What's an algorithm?
- Setting input data
- Using data matching
- Looking at mathematical and logical functions
- Analyzing curves and surface data
- Working with transformations
- Manipulating the Data Tree
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Rendering Fundamentals with Rhino and V-Raywith Dave Schultze2h 46m Appropriate for all
2. Working in Grasshopper
3. Math and Logic Functions
4. Curves and Surfaces
6. Data Tree
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