Big news today! Psyched to share that Swarm (evolution of Resthopper) and ShapeDiver are merging. Read more here, and check out the video: https://www.shapediver.com/blog/shapediver-swarm-merge-thornton-tomasetti-investment/ Parametric modeling for everyone!! Continue reading big news! swarm and shapediver are merging
Just created a reference document over all the components available in Emu. Hopefully useful to provide a more comprehensive overview of the plugin: https://github.com/EmilPoulsen/Emu.Resources/tree/master/reference On a side note – this reference document wasn’t created manually as you can probably guess. I’ve been working on a little hack to automatically pull contents out of .gha files. I may open source the tool some day soon, as … Continue reading component reference document for Emu
Just rolled out Emu 1.1.0 with improved mesh visualization. Get it from here: https://emilpoulsen.com/emu In this version, there is a new component called “Results On Mesh Viz”, which allows you to visualize structural quantities on top of beam mesh extrusions as color gradients. Enjoy! Continue reading emu 1.1.0 release
Kicking off 2019 with a little announcement: I’ve made a public release of the Grasshopper plugin I built for my master’s thesis. The tool is called Emu: Emu is an interactive structural analysis and form-finding tool based on a 6DOF (6 degrees of freedom) formulation of the dynamic relaxation method allowing engineers and designers to run non-linear bi-axial bending and torsion simulations in the parametric … Continue reading emu is now available on food4rhino!
Amazing what you can do with some plywood, geometry and mechanics. Massive thanks to Emil Adiels and Isak Naslund for organizing such an awesome workshop at Chalmers University of Technology this week. Honored to have been invited to co-organize it. Continue reading The Asymptotic Gridshell workshop
Introducing RESThopper – a system for remote solving grasshopper definitions, making it possible to run GH defs in the web browser, which also happens to be the project that made us WIN (!!) the AECTech2018 hackathon this past weekend in NYC. Here’s how it works: 1. Launch the web app, 2. Copy and paste the content of the GHX file you want to solve, 3. … Continue reading introducing RESThopper