Zebra | Surface Continuity in Rhino – Recorded Webinar

EVENT TITLE: Zebra Surface Continuity in Rhino
EVENT TYPE: recorded webinar
LEVEL: basic
GOAL: understanding and managing surface continuity
SOFTWARE: Rhinoceros, Grasshopper
PREREQUISITES: basic experience of 3D modeling 
LANGUAGE: English
LENGTH: 130 minutes approximately 
TUTOR: Arturo Tedeschi 

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One of the characteristics of contemporary design is a clear reduction of all visible connections, pursuing the idea of a seamless flow of curves and surfaces. From product design to automotive, from naval design to architecture’s envelope, understanding and managing surface continuity is an essential skill. The online webinar “Zebra” introduces attendees to the notion of surface continuity in Rhino (with a complementary use of Grasshopper). The lesson covers mathematical aspect of curvature continuity, modeling strategies and practical examples. Contents are intended for users with basic knowledge of 3D modeling in Rhino. Registrants will be able to re-watch the webinar anytime. Tutor: Arturo Tedeschi. Language: English.

INFO: webinar@arturotedeschi.com

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Main Topics:

  • – NURBS representation
  • – Notion of curvature for curves and surfaces
  • – Curvature continuity for curves and surfaces: G0 – G3
  • – Surface continuity in Rhino. Analysis tools: curvature analysis, Zebra, environmental map
  • – Surface continuity in Rhino: tools, modeling strategies and tips for surface continuity.
  • – Examples
  • – Overview of continuity tools in Grasshopper

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About the tutor:

arturo-tedeschi-designer-2Arturo Tedeschi is an architect and computational design specialist with more than ten years of experience in the avant-garde segment of architecture and industrial design (furniture, automotive, installations, products, footwear). He works as a consultant for leading companies, providing services and training related to algorithmic modeling, complex geometry, digital fabrication and data driven design. He is the author of Parametric Architecture with Grasshopper and AAD Algorithms-Aided Design. He taught and was an invited speaker at Architectural Association School (London), Politecnico di Milano, IUAV (Venice), The University of Sydney, Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation, University of Edinburgh, Universidad Europea (Madrid). His personal work has been featured in international magazines and exhibited worldwide. He has collaborated with major architecture and design firms, including Zaha Hadid Architects and Ross Lovegrove.  Other info >

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