Tuesday, October 19, 2021

OPEN DC - 3D Modeling Complex Shapes with Rhino 7 Workshop (Spanish)



Join Joaquin Laborda in the 3D Modeling Complex Shapes with Rhino 7 workshop at OPEN DC - Online. OPEN DC is a cycle of free seminars and conferences offered by professors from the Faculty of Design and Communication of Universidad Palermo, and it is open to the public.

Location: Online from Argentina - Spanish
Date: Friday, October 29th, 2021
Time: 4:30 PM (EST)

*This workshop will be taught in Spanish

For additional information, visit this link.

Register here!

The objective of this workshop is to address different strategies for the 3D modeling of complex shapes. While the focus is primarily geared towards industrial designers, the techniques can be applied to jewelry design, architecture, advertising, entertainment, and animation. Both Nurbs and Sub-D modeling techniques will be covered using in Rhino 7.

Questions? Contact Joaquin Laborda at laborda@gmail.com


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Monday, October 18, 2021

BricsCAD Digital Summit 2021 (October 26, 15.00 - 18.00 CEST)



Sign up for the BricsCAD Digital Summit (October 26, 2021 | 15.00 - 18.00 CEST) at https://brics.ly/ext-summit

Join the Bricsys team to get exclusive technical insights, see the latest BricsCAD features and workflows, and hear from the industry-leading product specialists.

Rhino.Inside Bricscad BIM will be featured at the sessions "Inside Bricsys' Vision for BricsCAD" and "A Different Approach: BricsCAD BIM". Check the agenda here.

Thursday, October 14, 2021

SIGraDi 2021 Workshops

  



Join SIGraDi in their XXV International Conference of the Ibero-American Society of Digital Graphics. SIGraDi 2021 Designing Possibilities is about creating what the new reality has already materialized and has not yet been defined. 

The conference will be providing 113 article presentations, 6-panel discussions, and five keynotes. SIGraDi is also offering online workshops where you'll learn different ways of using Rhino and Grasshopper related to the congress's topics.  

Workshops: November 8 and 9, 2021
Conference: November 8-12, 2021

One of the online workshops is about "Parametric Footwear," taught in Spanish by Valeria Palacio Manco and José Ovidio Cardona Osorio. Both instructors are Authorized Rhino Trainers (ART) from UPB's RhinoFabStudio.

Date: November 8th, 2021
Schedule: From 9am - 12pm and from 2pm - 5pm

In the workshop, "Parametric Footwear," you will learn how to adapt your designs to different types of users to obtain the greatest possible comfort. Change the appearance automatically and explore thousands of possibilities with just one click through an algorithm that will facilitate your practice in shoe design.

 Register here!


Questions? Contact SIGraDi


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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

One Click LCA for COP26 - free for Rhino users until the end of 2021


Early design stages have the biggest influence on embodied carbon reductions.

Carbon saving potential reduces dramatically throughout the life of a project. But during those critical early phases, it can be hard to assess the impact of design decisions due to a lack of detailed information.

The One Click LCA and Rhino integration enables designers and architects to measure and compare the embodied carbon impact of different options, right from concept design stage. Making it possible to identify the best material options to slash the embodied carbon of your designs.

One Click LCA is offering Rhino users a free carbon assessment tool until the end of 2021. The tool is fully integrated with Rhino.




Friday, October 8, 2021

How to build a wood kayak using Rhino and Grasshopper


In this video, Brian Ottrogge of the Grunblau Design Studio shows his techniques to build a kayak by building a scale model.


Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Two environmental analysis and simulation workshops using Grasshopper, November 8–12, 2021 (McNeel Europe)

  

Online workshop 1–Daylight simulation and optimisation: Nov 8-10, 2021, 10 AM-5 PM CET
Online workshop 2– Sustainable Cities: Nov 11-12, 2021, 10 AM-5 PM CET
Hosted on Zoom by McNeel Europe 

Workshop 1: Daylight simulation and optimisation

The goal of the training is to teach architects and engineers the principal concepts of contemporary daylight techniques. The course covers multiple topics ranging from climate-based daylight modeling to circadian rhythm. The participants will learn to simulate daylight autonomy, glare, daylight factor, and other key concepts of the most popular sustainable certificates such as LEED, BREEAM, Living Building Challenge, or WELL. Further, the training introduces how the circadian rhythm can be used to foster human well-being and energy efficiency in building design. During the training, participants will elaborate on parametric models to test the concepts based on specific case studies.

The workshop introduces Ladybug Tools 1.3 for Grasshopper and ClimateStudio for Daylight Simulation.

Day 1

  • Introduction to Daylight in Architecture
  • EPW, TMY, Sunpath, Radiation Rose
  • Concepts and metrics
  • Simulation on a box. Sunlight hours on the facade. Introduction to daylight modeling in Grasshopper, Honeybee, and Ladybug
  • Introduction to daylight modeling
  • Simulation on a box. Sunlight hours on a facade. (analysis period, HDD, CDD) Explore sky models for your home location from the weblink
  • Daylight Performance Demands in European norms and most popular certificates: EN, LEED, BREEAM
  • Designing to daylight requirements. Daylight Factor
Day 2
  • Daylight Performance Demands in European norms and most popular certificates: LEED, Living Building Challenge, and WELL // about DA
  • Spatial Daylight Autonomy+Annual Sunlight Exposure (Climate Studio)
  • Optimisation
  • Single objective Optimisation to enhance daylight conditions (louver’s position for SDA)
  • Daylight and radiance (heat)
  • Multi-objective optimisation
Day 3
  • Introduction to Circadian Rhythm and Alertness, Melanopic Lux
  • Circadian potential and integrative lighting (Alfa, Lark Spectral Lighting)
  • Daylight Glare Probability (Ladybug tools and Climate Studio)
  • View out (LEED through CS).
  • Electric lighting integration (Climate studio). From energy efficiency to human wellbeing
  • Radiance fundamental and materials. Creating new materials in Radiance for Ladybug Tools and with ClimateStudio for Grasshopper

Workshop 2: Sustainable Cities – Urban analysis and simulation in times of climate change

In times of rapid anthropogenic climate change and rapid urbanization, cities can be drivers for positive changes, drawing policies and introducing action. Understanding city behavior and metabolism are crucial to take the next step. This training introduces a set of tools that allows modeling, analyzing, and simulating urban models. Assessment of temperature, humidity, winds, to name some to predict comfort, solar potential, urban heat islands, future climate, and more. This is a hands-on course showing typical solutions using Ladybug Tools, Elk, showing the connection between parametric tools and GIS and how to streamline workflows for urban assessments.

Day 1
  • Climate change and sustainable cities.
  • Intro to Urban Modelling using GIS (OSM), with Elk.
  • Urban concepts and metrics.
  • Climate analysis LBT, future climate.
  • Introduction to 3DCity models (CityGML and CityJSON).
  • Solar irradiation analysis. QGIS with UMEP.
  • Trees and urban heat islands, shading benefit.
  • Load match with LBT (Energy use vs. energy production).
Day 2
  • Introducing Dragonfly. Dragonfly vs. Honeybee.
  • Advanced urban modeling. From Elk to Dragonfly using Mask.
  • Weather data. Rural vs. urban.
  • Morphing weather data with Urban Weather Generator.
  • Microclimate. Outdoor comfort. Metrics (Universal Thermal Climate Index).
  • Outdoor domestic spaces, shadow optimisation (UTCI with LBT).
  • Dragonfly Energy.Introduction to URBANopt.
  • Load sharing example with Dragonfly and URBANopt. District-scale energy analysis workflow.

The online workshops are for people who are already familiar with Rhino and Grasshopper.

Rafael Campamà Pizarro: Building engineer, environmental designer, and experienced construction project manager. Cofounder of the Living Future Sweden Collaborative. Pursuing his PhD in the division of Energy and Building Design at the Architecture and Built Environment department of Lund University. He has researched the integration of daylight and electrical lighting in buildings. He is currently involved in a research project for energy renovation towards climate neutral neighborhoods in Sweden. In addition, he is in charge of training students on daylight simulation tools within the Master Program in Energy-efficient and Environmental Building Design at Lund University. 

Adrian Krezlik: Architect graduated from Technical University of Łódź (Poland), worked for Zaha Hadid Architects in London (2009-2011), and later for  Fernando Romero (2011-2012) and Rojkind Arquitectos (2013-2014) in Mexico City. In Poland, he founded the Contemporary Architecture Foundation that has organized more than seventy events dedicated to parametric design. He is interested in science-based architectural design, primarily based on building performance, its impact on the environment. He lectured in Barcelona, Cairo, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Warsaw, to list some. He was Visiting Assistant Professor at Weißensee Kunsthochschule in Berlin. He is an architecture curator for the Polish Pavilion for the EXPO 2020. Adrian has started PhD research at FAUP in 2019 and joined CEAU in 2020. In 2021 he joined MIT Portugal PhD Program. He is a co-founder of Dosta Tec, a company dedicated to building performance simulation and energy efficiency. 

Online course fees:

Workshop 1: EUR 395,- (+VAT); full-time students and university teachers get a 50% discount (proof of status required).

Workshop 2EUR 250,- (+VAT); full-time students and university teachers get a 50% discount (proof of status required).

Special offer for both workshops: EUR 580,- (+VAT)

Please note, your seat is confirmed after payment has cleared.

Max. number of participants for each course: 25. If there is no quorum, the course will be canceled 15 days before.

Course language: English

Educational seats are limited. Sign up now by contacting McNeel Europe!

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

MindSpaces - Online training and evaluation workshop, October 20–22, 2021

 


MindSpaces - Online training and evaluation workshop
Dates: October 20-22, 2021
Duration: 10:00 am-6:00 pm CEST
Registration deadline: October 17, 2021


The INNEN Innovative Environments research unit of the Architecture department of AUTH, is organizing, as part of the STARTS European research project MindSpaces, a three-day workshop for the training and evaluation of the new design tools developed in the scope of the project. As McNeel Europe is part of the MindSpaces consortium, new tools for urban real-time analysis are developed on top of Grasshopper and need to be tested. The workshop will be held online, using the Zoom platform.



Parametric Design WEBINAR (Rhino + Grasshopper)

Are you interested in gaining parametric competency to push your design skills to the next level? Are you ready to learn an exciting and powerful tool that will take your ideas and concepts to a whole new realm?

This Parametric Design Workshop will provide you with the necessary knowledge and ability to use Grasshopper, a free visual programming plugin in Rhinoceros. The workshop will also include a hands-on parametric project.

If you already know Grasshopper and would like to boost your parametric knowledge, then you can choose Option 2.

  • Option 1: General Workshop for Beginners. Total duration is 16 hours / 8 days / 18:00-20:00. Starts November 15, 2021.
  • Option 2: Intensive Workshop for Intermediates. Total duration is 16 hours / 8 days / 18:00-20:00. Starts November 22, 2021.

Time Zone: CET / Berlin Germany Time
Language: English

Participants will be given a certificate of participation at the end of the webinar.

Complete details and registration...


Looking for a few more tutorials?


Interested in learning Computational Design? Try Parametric Camp.

For the past two years, Harvard GSD professor Jose Luis García del Castillo y López has been creating content on his new YouTube channel ParametricCamp, doing weekly live streams, recording tutorials, and publishing comprehensive series on Computational Design such as Introduction to Parametric Modeling with Grasshopper, Learning C# for Designers, or the ongoing Advanced Development in Grasshopper. All for free!

Learn more here... 

 

Monday, October 4, 2021

Getting started with VisualARQ - free workshop (October 27, 2021)



Join the next online workshop of VisualARQ, which will be held on October 27, 2021.

This 2-hour intensive workshop will showcase the VisualARQ key features for modeling a project in 3D, generate the documentation, and exchange models with other BIM programs through IFC files.

You will learn how to get started with VisualARQ while developing a 3D architectural project from scratch. You will use the VisualARQ BIM parametric objects and navigation tools to speed up the process of modeling in 3D. You will also learn how to generate the 2D drawings from the 3D model and get the quantity take-offs.

This workshop is the prelude to a Rhino + VisualARQ live intensive course that will take place in November 2021. (More details).


Date: Wednesday, October 27, 2021. 5-7 pm UTC+2
Language: English


Training for Trainers Workshop - November 16-18, 2021

 

Training for Trainers Workshop

November 16-18, 2021
10 AM-2 PM
Hosted Online by McNeel Europe


Expert users of Rhino who want to get accredited as Authorized Rhino Trainers now have a chance to participate in this certification workshop hosted online by McNeel Europe and delivered by Giuseppe Massoni.


To know more about the Rhino Authorized Training Program, click here...

Price of the course: €195 (+ taxes, if applicable).

Seats are very limited. Sign up now!


Friday, October 1, 2021

Perpetual Mechanisms V1.0 webinar by DesignMorphine (November 27, 2021)


Perpetual Mechanisms V1.0 webinar by DesignMorphine
November 27, 2021


Perpetual Mechanisms V1.0 will build a looping parametric animation from the ground up with Grasshopper. Participants will learn how to plan out the steps of an animation and how to make multiple sub-animations happening at once in correlation or successively based on a single number slider controlling time. This course will also look at how to handle automated camera movements to trick the perspective of a general motion, making the impossible seem possible with animation moments that could only occur at certain camera angles. Once the model is completed, there will be many parameters for you to tweak and adjust to create a various satisfying animations, without the need for any manual adjustments. Afterward, the animations will be rendered with V-Ray 5 for Rhino locally and on the cloud. Grasshopper will also be used to apply textures and set up simple lights parametrically so they a coherent and coordinated with the animated system. At the very end, rendered frames will be compiled into GIFs and MP4s directly from Grasshopper to produce professional-quality seamless perpetual loop animations.


RhinoCAM Online course in English or Spanish

 



With 17,500+ users, the Rhino3D.Education platform offers online courses in Rhino, Grasshopper, Computational Design, GhPython, PanelingTools, RhinoCAM, and more!

We invite you to register for our RhinoCAM course. This course will provide you with the necessary information to learn about the RhinoCAM interface, various hole drilling methods, 2½-axis machining processes, and 3D machined procedures. Through the training, you will experience how to create your tool libraries (mills, drills, etc.). In addition, you will discover some tricks and demonstrations of complete projects, where you will learn to extract the time information, G-CODE, and generation of reports for the shop.


Plus: Upon completion, you will receive a certificate of attendance. Also, this
 course is available in English and Spanish. Get started today!




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Thursday, September 30, 2021

Join our online courses at Rhino3D.Education



How to achieve big goals? One short chapter at a time...


Join 17,500+ users at the Rhino3D.Education platform, and enjoy online courses in Rhino, Grasshopper, Computational Design, GhPython, PanelingTools, RhinoCAM, and more!

Getting started is the most challenging part. Put these three learning tips into practice and get started with our online courses

1- Go slow
Due to the nature of our online courses, feel free to go at a pace that you feel comfortable. 

2- Practice, practice, practice
The importance of practice to learning a new skill. 

3- Celebrate the big and small victories
It's not just about finishing the course. Appreciate the milestones along the way!


We offer a variety of courses in digital fabrication and computational design for starters and more advanced users. You will also obtain a certificate upon completion. Most of our courses are available in English and Spanish. Feel free to tune in at your most convenient time and from anywhere! Join us today!



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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Grasshopper: A Modeling Software Redefining The Design Process (by Parametric Architecture)


"Grasshopper was created in a perspective to extend in those area where Rhino could not! It is a versatile plugin that takes design complexities to a new-found level by exceeding the limit beyond Rhino. Although, Rhino is a strong software tool in itself that has the capability of editing, analysing, and dealing with some of the most intense of architectural design and detailing."


Tuesday, September 28, 2021

DesignMorphine Masters Y22/23 Degree

Master of Science in Computational and Advanced Design (MSc CAD)
University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy (Online)
September 2022-June 2023

Everything humanity has designed so far is limited and based on how our bodies are designed and work, the way they experience reality around us. However, in this age and time, we have reached the crossroads where technology can and will eventually shape not only our minds but our body, as well. 

In this sense, designing the future entails, first and foremost, designing the body that will live that future. Challenges inevitably arise and demand innovators and pioneers to overcome them; new tools and new technologies are required to materialize the answer; limits and boundaries will be crossed, and the equilibrium will change. In this journey, the compass will be a scalable notion of the human condition. Housing, transit systems, and the ways one moves around in the city and the whole structure of the city itself, are essential aspects one must consider when designing for this new reality. 

By changing the unit the whole world is built around, the human body, we are no longer concerned with just designing parts of the world we live in. We are designing the whole world we live in. It’s not a mere design process; it’s cosmogony.

Complete information and applications...


Webinar: Kuwait International Airport (October 21, 2021)


Webinar: Kuwait International Airport
The overall finite element model and the importance of Open BIM
October 21, 2021

Take part in Sofistik's upcoming webinar in collaboration with Werner Sobek AG. Matteo Brunetti of Werner Sobek AG will present one of their most ambitious projects--Kuwait International Airport.

Kuwait's international airport will be expanded in 2022 by a new terminal building (Terminal 2) based on a design by Foster + Partners. Despite an edge length of 1.2 km and a roof area of more than 320,000 m², the building was planned without expansion joints. The main structure consists of curved pre-stressed concrete parts with a maximum span of 145m. Overall, the size of the building, the complex interaction between the various components, and the innovative systems render this project an extraordinary one.

Matteo Brunetti will give you an overview of the demanding project focusing on the overall finite element model. Using Grasshopper and the SOFiSTiK Rhinoceros Interface, a seamless Open BIM workflow was implemented and formed an essential part of the project.


Monday, September 27, 2021

xNURBS Rhino plugin API Package (C, RhinoCommon, Rhinoscript and Grasshopper)


xNURBS announces the availability of API Package. Users can now run xNURBS inside the code they develop or run xNURBS without showing the xNURBS UI. The API package includes the C/C++ APIs and the .NET APIs (i.e., RhinoCommon, Rhino.Python, Rhinoscript, and Grasshopper). The APIs are a subset of the fully-fledged APIs from XN Kernel.

The API package is freely available to customers with a xNURBS Rhino plugin license key.

Key features of xNURBS:

  • Unlimited capacities for solving NURBS: Its optimization algorithm can solve virtually any NURBS surface in a matter of milliseconds (regardless of how complex the constraints are).
  • High-quality surfaces: For a given set of constraints, xNURBS’ optimization algorithm uses an energy-minimization method to generate the smoothest NURBS surface among all possible solutions. The generated surface quality is outstanding.
  • xNURBS is one super powerful NURBS tool that fixes virtually all surfacing issues for existing CAD software.
  • Easy-to-use: It uses one straightforward UI for all kinds of NURBS modeling.
  • Super robust: xNURBS is rock solid and works flawlessly.
  • Native CAD surfaces: xNURBS is based on NURBS, i.e., the native CAD surfaces, which can be directly used for any CAD modeling operations without any geometry translation.

Details and download...

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Rhino + Lands Design course by Asuni (October-November 2021)


Rhino and Lands Design together provide a complete package for landscape design, modeling, and documentation. 

Asuni has organized a course on Rhino and Lands Design for the last quarter of 2021. The course is ideal for those landscape architects and designers who are not familiar with Rhino. It provides them the basic knowledge of landscape drawing and modeling with Rhino and Lands Design.

  • The class comprises six modules and a total of twelve hours
  • Scholars and students can benefit from a 50% discount on this course
  • Course start date: October 19, 2021
  • Time: 17h-19h GMT+2 (10h-12h US Central Time)
  • Language: English
  • Price: 360€+VAT (Students 50% off)

Four Ideas For Customizing Everyday Products with 3D Printing (& Grasshopper)!


As 3D printing becomes more and more accessible to everyone, its opening new opportunities to innovate in different industries. With 3D printing, you can create (almost) anything: from a large house to a small object that you can use in your everyday life.

In this video tutorial, Edwin Hernandez, Lead Computational Designer at ShapeDiver, shares 4 Ideas For Customizing Everyday Products with 3D Printing (& Grasshopper)! So let's dive straight in!

Read the article...


Rhino UK User Group Meeting | October 6, 2021

Join SimplyRhino UK on a new edition of the Rhino UK User Group Meeting.


Date: Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Time: 18:30–19:30 (UK Time)

Presenter: Michael Eden – Form and Transform


Michael Eden is an award-winning ceramic artist and maker, internationally recognized as one of the first makers to engage with and realise the creative potential of new technology including 3D printing and scanning. His work sits at the intersection of craft, design, art and technology, exploring contemporary themes through historical, culturally familiar objects.

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

CD Next 6.0 conference (October 2-3, 2021)



Skip Forward to the Future of Design
Computational Design: Next


The Past, Present & Future: An Online Interactive Conference with global frontiers. Two-Day Online Conference with live presentations, tutorials, interactive sessions, live mentorship, and panel discussions.

A collaborative initiative by ParametricArchitecture (PA) with DesignMorphine, Next 6.0 brings together pioneers and professionals from all industries to meet and discuss new emerging technologies in art, architecture, design, and manufacturing.

Next is a collaborative initiative by some of the global frontiers of computational design to open up an online learning platform as a comprehensive online conference comprising of discussions, dialogues, tutorials, and mentorship to a global audience through thought-provoking and meaningful dialogues curated by ParametricArchitecture (PA), one of the leading media platforms focusing on Computational Design and its various subsets.

After a successful round of CD Next 1-5, Computational Design: Next 6.0 takes another step to delve into new-age design technologies by global advocates of technology and is scheduled to take place on October 2-3, 2021, (Saturday and Sunday) as a 2-day conference with workshops, panel discussions, tech demonstrations, and discussions.

8th annual Car Render Challenge by Hum3D

Hum3D would like to invite all Rhinoceros 3D artists to join the 8th annual Car Render Challenge. It’s the largest awards event for the car 3D modeling and visualization industry. Every year Rhino entries are in the final stage of voting, so let’s make this year's winner one of our users.

What participants need to do: create a car 3D model, put it into a 3D environment and make a beautiful rendering. You can choose any automobile you like, whether it is a racing or an imaginary vehicle.


Environment in the work should be made in 3D as well as a final image. Minimal use of third-party assets such as vegetation, street elements is allowed. Vehicle models should be made by you.


The first-place winner will get prizes worth a total of $15,000: license and content from 30 sponsors, leaders of the 3D world industry. Also, everyone has an opportunity to receive additional prizes. 


A professional jury team will vote to choose the winners.


Event dates: September 15-December 8.

 

See all rules and prizes on the challenge page...

 

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Falko, a finite element analysis tool for Rhino, now available

Falko is a finite element analysis plugin for Rhino by ixRay.

You can use both the Rhino UI or Grasshopper components to create FEA models.  FEA attributes and loads are assigned to layers, tessellation, and intersection of NURBS curves, surfaces, and meshes are done by the pre-processor. 

Features include linear, non-linear, buckling, earthquake with spectrum response. 

Falko has been developed with Grasshopper and parametric modeling in mind, but Grasshopper knowledge is not needed. 

Download your free trial license.

Available on food4Rhino...

Monday, September 20, 2021

Free Rhino and Grasshopper Webinar (Latvian)

Join our authorized reseller BIM Solutions in this free webinar that will take place Tuesday, October 12, from 10 AM to 11 AM (GMT+3).

If you are new to Rhino or have been working with Rhino for some time but you would like to know more about Grasshopper, do not miss this free webinar.

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Jānis Marcinkevičs will conduct the webinar in Latvian and will cover the following topics:

10:00-10:20 Modeling with Rhino 
10:20-10:40 Grasshopper - for parametric design
10:40-10:50 Exchange of information with other programs
10:50-11:00 Questions / Answers

Friday, September 17, 2021

Free Grasshopper webinar by SimplyRhino UK


Join SimplyRhino UK Grasshopper training team, including Arthur Mamou-Mani, live and online at 5 pm (UK) on Wednesday, September 29th, for an hour introduction to Simply Rhino's online Grasshopper courses: Grasshopper Level 1 and Grasshopper Level 2.


Enscape’s ENVISION 21 online event (September 28-30, 2021)


Enscape’s ENVISION 21 online event
September 28-30, 2021

An incredible lineup of speakers and over 30 sessions scheduled that include insights from industry experts, customer corners, influencer sessions, technical lounges, and more!

During the course of three days, you can expect to:
  • Discover how the world’s best Enscape users optimize their design workflow with 3D real-time rendering and virtual reality.
  • Learn new and innovative ways to create immersive experiences and bring ideas to life.
  • Hear first-hand about what’s in store for the future of Enscape

Exchange insights and engage with industry experts:
  • Keynote speaker Wolfram Putz from GRAFT Architects, who will be talking about future trends.
  • Michael Drobnik from Herzog & de Meuron and Florian Kohlbecker from Kohlbecker Gesamtplan GmbH, who will weigh in on the future of real-time rendering and virtual reality in architecture.
  • Stewart Hicks (University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)), John Bouweis, and Gautier Pelegrin (Viewport Studio), who will showcase Enscape for Rhino.


RhinoRobot 4 is released

 



RhinoRobot 4 is out now with new features and enhancements, glTF export for simulation visualisation on any platform, including AR/VR devices.

Version 4 new features:

  • Double linear axis
  • Floating license option (internet connection necessary)
  • 5x faster collision detection
  • External axis movement filtering


Check it out on food4rhino, kinematiq.net and via the PackageManager in Rhino 7...



Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Hull Design and Fairing Level 1 & 2 - Live Online Training - October and November 2021 editions




October 5, 7, 14, 21 (9-11h CEST)
or
November 9, 11, 18, 25 (16-18h CET)
By RhinoCentre NL

This training course by Gerard Petersen (Naval Architect and Rhino Trainer) teaches you rapid hull modeling for ships, yachts, workboats, and multihulls.

Develop competence in Class-A Fairing – Final Design – Fairing for Production – Hull Optimization – Reverse Engineering – Hull from GA/ Lines-Plan – Advanced Analysis – Modeling Strategies – Developable Hulls.

Follow and finish this training in three weeks!

Monday, September 13, 2021

Graphisoft's 'Building Together' Digital event



From September 14 to September 16 Graphisoft will be run its Building Together digital event.

Each day has four hours of talks, case studies, and tech explanations with speakers from around the globe. 

It's free to watch and the agenda can be seen here.

Adam Kurdahl (Architect and Founding Partner SPOL Architect) will talk Day 1 at 17:45h CEST about Reinventing the city with Archicad and Grasshopper:

"Sao Paulo has been experiencing an urban revolution never seen before. What's the best way to deal with the challenges of a high-density city like this? Learn how Spol Architects is master planning with Archicad and Grasshopper to reconfigure, humanize, and balance the territory of the largest Latin American city."