i read through many posts and discussions but could not finde a solution to the problem i am facing.
With the plugin Rooster i traced the black and white image to curves but now they are all doubled i only want a polyline or simple lines to represent the picture below.
I found a method for finding the Medial Axis but the curves resulting from this are to complex:
I hope you know a different method to simplify the double curves or the Medail Axis to a result of line segments or polylines.
Thanks in regards!
for sure it is a problem, it seems that (Gimp plugin) autotrace has the centerline option.
thanks thats exactly what i am locking for but how can i implement this is grasshopper?
Sorry, but I have never worked with coding like this and couldn`t find a topic about it
Ok here a little code that uses 95 % of code from TAW.
This code is doing thinning of an image
You must have a good black and white image. If not …
image_thinner_LEGACY.gh (7.2 KB)
thats a realy good help thanks! and almost exactly what i try to achive but my goal is to have one single line between the nodes and angles - i spend hours one using and combing the grasshopper curve util section to simplify the line segments and searching for discussion on this topic but couln’t come up with a result
do you know method to reduce the segments without loosing the node connections?
You can use Multiple curves intersection, or Fennec addon
image_thinner_LEGACY_m.gh (15.3 KB)
In complement of the method of @seghierkhaled it is also possible to make polylines using the topology of the network. I didn’t do it here but it is possible if needed. Then each polyline could be smoothed using the legacy components.
Thank you so much - i realy appreciate your help!
with the fennec Shatter component i came to this solution
image_thinner_LEGACY_m (1).gh (70.7 KB)
some lines could be straigther but for now on it works
Cool you manage to do it. I didn’t knew the possibilities of Fennec. If I don’t find a functionality in all the plugins I have already installed, I develop my own tool.
Fennec seems a worth to have plugin.