Monoceros is a suite of tools for computational design using the Wave Function Collapse algorithm. It is used for optimally occupying an envelope with discrete modules, where a set of user-defined rules can constrain the spatial relationship between those modules. Using the Wave Function Collapse algorithm provides an innovative and fast solution to the emerging architectural problem of discrete aggregation for design, architecture, and urban planning.
You can learn more from the Book of Project Monoceros.
With Monoceros you can
- Design discrete aggregates in Grasshopper
- Distribute modules in a meaningful way
- Fill envelopes without gaps
- Automatically set up your project
- Design by showing examples
- Have full control of data and assembly
- Interfere with the solver
- Analyze the result in real time
- Combine Monoceros with other plug-ins
Monoceros Online Workshop
brought to you by arx.ace on May 25-28, 2021
In four days of lectures and hands-on exercises, you will be introduced to a broad architectural context, explained the basics, guided through real-life examples, and revealed advanced concepts of a controlled discrete assembly.