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Join us for a free "live" webinar designed to get you started modeling in Rhinoceros.
In this live Getting Started
webinar, we will demonstrate how to model and render a ring using Rhino.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
Thursday, October 25, 2018
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Move from a “clean sheet” to a model very quickly.
- Build and render a simple model ring built from scratch in about an hour and a half.
We will also discuss modeling techniques and approach. Many tips and tricks will be included during the session. So be sure to bring a notebook.
All sessions are recorded so you can review and study later. Space is limited.
If you have any questions, please contact Mary Ann Fugier
Learn how to use the Ivy plugin to perform advanced mesh analysis, segmentation and unrolling processes using Graph Theory principles.
In this course, you'll learn the concepts behind Graph Theory. ThinkParametric covers the basic workflow of how Ivy works and explains the MeshGraph, which is an abstract construct that combines the geometric characteristics of the mesh with sets of linked data containers.
You will learn the different ways to use Ivy to analyze your meshes and cover how to perform various types of segmentation.
Then you'll cover how to use this segmentation to unroll the meshes and how to add flap to mesh segments to send them to the digital fabrication process.
The class will cover an architectural design application of Ivy by trying to recreate a design piece inspired by the work of Marc Fornes.
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