It’s still a long way off, but we’ve managed to get the new OptiX beta rendering some Grasshopper content….I’m hopeful that we can get soft shadows, volumetric rendering, reflection/refractions happening in realtime directly from Grasshopper. Ideally, I’d like to … Read More
Two of my favourite platforms! Here the cube was subdivided in to 3d Voronoi cells using Grasshopper and then processed using a Python script in Blender. The Python script was necessary to set up the rigidbody parameters for large numbers … Read More
I’m very excited to be a part of the upcoming Random Walks: Music of Iannis Xenakis and Beyond. The event is a two day conference hosted by the Fields Institute in Toronto, the Perimeter Institute, and the Institute for Quantum … Read More
I recently stumbled across this research project at Carnegie Mellon: That this works at all is incredible …My big question is how the ultrasonic signal produces a wave pattern on that isn’t totally chaotic. Shouldn’t this result in some crazy … Read More
After a good two months of waiting, my Raspberry Pi just arrived in the mail. It took about 2 minutes to set up and worked perfectly: It then launched into the graphical interface. I was using a 1920:1280 … Read More
Over the past few months, I’ve been collaborating with Mani Mani of Fishtnk on a chair for the Interior Design Show (IDS) in Toronto. The show is next week, and the chair is finished – come check it out!
Martin Cooper, partner and senior archeologist at ASI, has been involved with many heritage buildings such as Osgoode Hall, Castle Loma Stables, and the Old Don Jail. He has also been involved with several archaeological projects that relate to art and … Read More
In this release we focused on creating a cohesive set of components that provide the flexibility to not only accurately find streamlines of given data sets and but also to intuitively manipulate and create new families of streamlines. Now, although we’re … Read More
Thanks to all who came to discussion!