import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs
#return (random.randint(0,255), random.randint(0,255), random.randint(0,255))
color = random.randint(255, 255)
pt = rs.GetPoint(“Pick starting point”)
def RecursiveCircle(pt, d):
if d == 0:
c = rs.AddCircle(pt, d)
return RecursiveCircle(pt, d-1)
For this week I modeled a new node for the lamp I am building with Ross. I used Boolean modeling method to create details in the houses in my city.
For my primary project in Sculpting Data into Everyday Objects I partnered up with Ross Goodwin and decided to create a lamp that will visualize the traveling salesman problem between a set of cities that Italo Calvino described in Invisible Cities.
The lamp will be a three-dimensional set of vertices, each a 3D printed city-node designed based on descriptions of various cities in the Calvino’s Invisible Cities. The cities will serve a purpose of little light bulbs with LEDs inside them, that will visualize a computer algorithm running on Raspberry Pi solving the traveling salesman problem in real time between the cities.
Here is the first node-city I have modeled in Rhino, Valdrada:
For my Processing sketch I used a CSV data set representing passenger and crew statistics from Titanic and created a simple data visualization: http://www.iamjoanna.com/blog/?p=305
For my homework I decided to recreate the pantone chair