Mr.Comfy is a Grasshopper3d component, written in Python, that allows designers to interactively visualize thermal and climate-based daylight building simulation results data in Rhino3d design models.
Instead of using charts or tabular data, energy consumption, comfort and any other available performance report variable are directly displayed through color-coded surfaces (andnumericvalues) where they occur – in the individual spaces of a design.
Mr.Comfy 0.2 (daylightco-visualization) has been recently released: “Co-mapping is really the word here, because the new component is not really designed to run on its own and without accompanying thermal input (thoughyoucanofcoursehidethethermaldisplayifyouwant…). This is not really a coding rationale, but the idea behind the new tool is to do things differently from stand-alone daylight mapping aps, since you’re probably using Mr.Comfy to primarily look at thermal data in the first place and might want to see a quick daylight overlay when appropriate. In the 0.2 release, most of the daylight time inputs are therefore slaved to the thermal component inputs, with overrides exposed where appropriate.”