This is an introductory workshop to Rhino and Grasshopper. This workshop aims to introduce participants to the world of computational design through Rhino and Grasshopper. Once the basics of Grasshopper(barebones) and Rhino are covered, few plugins like OpenNest, Kangaroo 2, and Ekl will be introduced. These plugins will increase the potential of what we can do with both the software.
These topic will be explained through scripts for facades, furniture, sculptures, and installations. Clearing basic concepts is the prime agenda of this workshop.
As the name suggests, this workshop aims to introduce Grasshopper as a design assistant. The workshop starts by learning various plugins like Lunchbox, Weaverbird, Ladybug, Mouse, Wasp, Space – Syntax, and magnetic floor plan. These plugins help in generating algorithms and evaluating them.
In the second half of the workshop, participants will be working with Genetic algorithms using the plugin Octopus. Genetic algorithm is a technique for optimizing the solution to a given problem. At the end of the workshop the participants will take up some advanced optimization problems where they will build up various grasshopper clusters for getting the best solution very quickly.
This workshop aims to introduce Grasshopper as a Design Driver, where as a Designer you can set up a larger logic and let grasshopper design for you.
This workshop will cover the full workflow for the same where the participant will start with the learning of python and then various other concepts of A.I. After which, they will create a script that uses A.I algorithms for automating various processes in design.
In the next stage, they will learn how they can take the design produced by Grasshopper to Revit using Rhino. Inside Revit participants will learn how to use Human UI to feed user inputs for getting the desired outcome.
The aim of this course is to teach participants Contemporary Computational design tools such as Rhino and Grasshopper. This fifteen day workshop guarantees basics of Virtual scripting to create 2D and 3D models of structures and cities. The workshop is open for everyone who wishes to learn some new technologies.
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