Join Walter Zesk for an in-depth discussion in this video Goals and Kangaroo solver, part of Grasshopper: Generative Design for Architecture.
So we're in the process of … implementing our generative design model, … specifically we just set up our structural system … and now we're going to prepare it for optimization … using a physics solver. … So if I look here I built out the structure, … and it looks like kind of a mess, … but it's adapting to the form of our roof surface, … Now we want to set this up for optimization. … So each of these curves, we want to explode them. … These are polylines, … and we're going to link some of them together. … We're going to group them together … based on how we want to apply forces. … So these top curves we want to apply similar forces. … And then the next layer down we'll group separately. … This is the lower level. … And then we also want curves that go … from the bottom here to the ground. … In order to do that we're going to go … back to our original column, … this is our sets of points that create our columns. … And we will create curves that link together … all of these points. … So the way we do that, we'll go to Sets, …
- What is generative design?
- Limitations of generative design
- Strengths and limitations of genetic/evolutional solvers
- How physics solvers work
- Testing and adjusting goals
- Working with machine learning tools
- Design requirements and diagramming
- Optimizing with Galapagos
Skill Level Intermediate
Grasshopper: Architectural Prototypingwith Walter Zesk2h 28m Intermediate
Learning Algorithmic Design with Grasshopperwith Chris Reilly3h 14m Intermediate
1. What Is Generative Design?
2. Genetic/Evolutional Solver Example
3. Physics Solver Example
4. Machine Learning Solver Example
5. Applying Generative Design
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