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PointCrowd Workshop Giveaway

PointCrowd Workshop Giveaway

With the forthcoming release of Rhino 5.0, RhinoScript will be moving to a new syntax: Python.  The new, more intuitive interface for manipulating Rhino from the inside gives us the opportunity to quickly and easily create a wide variety of complex systems based on simple rules that are easily implemented with no prior programming experience.

We introduce RhinoScript for absolute beginners, including the basics of programming techniques (variables, flow control, etc.) as well as the working knowledge of how Rhino represents geometrical objects such as points, curves, surfaces and even text. We then move quickly into techniques for automation and generative design which address the specific ways in which each participant can use Rhino.Python.

Students produce a final project that is an exploration of the formal consequences of complex systems. This class is primarily for architects but anyone with a knowledge of Rhino is welcome. You can learn more in our post in ArchDaily.

Answer the following questions in order to participate in a raffle to win a slot for this workshop, good luck!

Cite: Diego Hernandez. "PointCrowd Workshop Giveaway" 15 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/234426/pointcrow-workshop-giveaway/> ISSN 0719-8884
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