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Fun With The Graph Mapper
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In this tutorial we play around with the Graph Mapper component to control the shape of a simple vase.
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By: Zach Downey
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In this year's Halloween Spooktacular we do another SPOOO-OOO-OOKY parametric pumpkin, exploring ghoulish ways to variably scale lists of
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By: Brian Ringley
Macro Buttons
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This quick tutorial shows how to create a macro button on a toolbar.
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By: Zach Downey
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All the class videos so far for my class at CUNY. Fair warning there is a LOT of content here, maybe 20+ hours.
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This short video continues to look at the normalization of uneven isocurve spans, this time using a single opposing isocurve extraction t
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By: Brian Ringley
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This video looks at how to extract relatively evenly space isocurves from a surface despite the surface having irregular (or "stretched")
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By: Brian Ringley
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Using Grasshopper to mask surface morphed geometry once it hits a threshold and replacing it with another system.
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By: Brian Ringley
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Using Grasshopper to morph geometry from a reference volume to the UVW parametric space of a NURBS surface.
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By: Brian Ringley
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Using Grasshopper to gradate a basic transformation across a system of components to create variety.
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By: Brian Ringley
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Using Grasshopper to generate a grid of custom proportion to assist in the ordering and arrangement of geometry.
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By: Brian Ringley
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Using Grasshopper to offset a rectangular grid of objects and to trim the grid so that only infill or interior objects remain.
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By: Brian Ringley
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This tutorial was recorded from my CUNY Introduction to Computation and Fabrication class.
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By: Zach Downey

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