Turlif Vilbrandt from Uformia will demo their new plug-in - Symvol for Rhino.
The general aspects of true volume modeling and some of the unique features which Symvol for Rhino offers will be presented. The concepts include: creation of constructive relationships, dynamic modification of any aspect or feature of a model, automatic blending, always watertight Boolean operations and modeling, creation of arbitrary micro or cellular structures, shelling of any model, repairing, importing and converting meshes to watertight volumes, defining parameters/bookmarks, and swapping datasets or references on the fly.
The presentation will be broken up into 2 sections:
1) an introduction to Uformia, followed by a theory and overview of Symvol for Rhino.
2) a practical tutorial on using Symvol for Rhino to dynamically model a cell phone case.
Symvol for Rhino requires Rhino 4 or Rhino 5 32-bit. (Rhino 5 64-bit and OS X WIP currently not supported.)
Duration: 1.5 hr. presentation with 30 minutes questions and wrap-up.