Upcoming VisualARQ 2.0: new feature sneak preview

One of the main enhancements of the upcoming VisualARQ 2.0 version will be the option to create VisualARQ object styles from Grasshopper definitions.

This new feature will let the user generate new VisualARQ object styles by loading Grasshopper definitions created by other users. The Grasshopper components that define geometry will turn into components of the new VisualARQ object styles. The Grasshopper numeric values will turn into the parameters to edit these new VisualARQ objects in the model.

This process will be done through VisualARQ dialogs, so there will be no need to know Grasshopper. Grasshopper users will be able to generate definitions for new parametric objects. Users who don’t know Grasshopper will just need to load these Grasshopper definitions into the VisualARQ styles dialog and insert and edit them in the model as any other VisualARQ object.

There will be no limits of design and level of detail for the new VisualARQ objects, since these limits will be determined by the user definition.

Also, a single Grasshopper definition will be used to have multiple editable objects in the model, with different parameters.

This new feature will mean an amazing improvement for generating new 100% parametric objects and expand the user object library.

Sneak preview video of this new feature…

Posted May 06, 2016 by Elena Caneva on Rhino News, etc.


Literally can’t wait!!!

Any idea if VisualARQ 2.0 has any V6 Dependencies?

Native grasshopper integration seems like a logical example; based on that cool garage door demo.