MARC FORNES & THEVERYMANY™

PRACTICING AT THE INTERSECTION OF ART + ARCHITECTURE ^ COMPUTATION

06 V2.5D

V2.5D |  … / August 2006

“Voronoi pattern on 2.5 D”

Exploration : MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY™
Design, Research & Computation: Marc Fornes

The mark of a cliche: it was all developped much before Grasshopper or any Voronoi plug-in – yet it ages probably as badly as the succes of its algorithm…



Protocol:

– Rhinoscript naming and export of each cell component as a .3ds file

– within PEPEKURA (origami application – http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/) unfold and create tabs

‘——————————————————
‘ fileToExportComponents
‘Dim Folder, FileName, sPath
”Folder = Rhino.BrowseForFolder(, “Base folder for multi-export”, “Multi export”)
”FileName = Rhino.StringBox(“File name basis”, “Export_01”, “Multi export”)
‘——————————————————
” [EXPORT COMPONENTS]
‘Rhino.UnselectAllObjects
‘Rhino.SelectObjects strLoftSrf
”sPath = Folder & FileName & “_” & i & “.3ds”
‘sPath = “E:\RHINOSCRIPTING60804_Voronoi_M_Corean60810_Export_Automaton\” & “Export_05” & “_” & i & “.3ds”
‘Rhino.Command “-_Export ” & Chr(34) & sPath & Chr(34) & ” Enter”
” low mesh
”Rhino.Command “-_Export ” & Chr(34) & sPath & Chr(34) & ” _DetailOptions _AdvancedOptions _Angle=20 _MaxEdgeLength=3 _Enter _PackTextures=Yes _Refine=Yes _Enter”

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