Tuesday, November 13, 2007

honeycomb script

here are a few images of a rhino scripting exercise to create a gradient honeycomb pattern on a surface. the surface i used was that of my AADRL TEN proposal. the script essentially plots a honeycomb grid, scaling down the hexagons closest to the 'locators', in this case a randomly plotted point cloud. the gradience can be controlled by pre-defining the location of the locators.





4 comments:

Andrea Graziano said...

Hi Lucio,
very interesting script results and work, i like your proposal for the AA Pavilion.
Arch. Andrea Graziano
http://andreagraziano.blogspot.com/

lúcio santos said...

Hey Andrea,

Thanks for the comment!

Lucio

jane gray said...

lucio--
would you be willing to share the script?
i'm working on a project that plots hexgonal tiles over a pixelated image & it would work really well.
let me know.
thanks.
melinda

mmelinda@design.upenn.edu

Behnam.B said...

Sir, I have the exact same situation like melinda, and this script would join some gaps in my design process and i would really like to use your script on it.
thanks in advance.
Behnam