We had a brief casual workshop and were trying to replicate the logic in this old video by Calvano:
No file was shared anywhere, so I replicated from the video (see attached file) in an attempt to have variability of solids.
I realized there is something odd going on - I have done tedious double-checking, failing to see where I have copied incorrectly:
calvano_example.gh (24.7 KB)
Can you help me see what I am not seeing?
Makes me suspect it’s an orientation or rotation issue. Or maybe something changed with Rhino updates?
We were aware of plug-ins and used bullant, weaverbird, rhino polyhedra - with particular interest in the relationship with geodesic domes - additionally, we have learned lots from awesome geometric approaches like these:
*our (new) goal is to have ‘simple’ variability of polyhedrons to relate/compare/match them to different triangulation amounts and symmetry class.
Thanks for taking a look - if you have a different approach please make a suggestion.