Polygon Fractals with Rhino Python

Again, another example of utilizing Rhino Python for educational purposes and especially for designers.

```1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 # Drawing Simple Polygon Fractals # 02.08.2017 www.designcoding.net - Tugrul Yazar import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs centerPoint = rs.GetPoint("Specify the center of polygon") numberEdges = rs.GetInteger("Enter the number of edges", 6, 3) radius = rs.GetReal("Specify the radius of polygon", 10) iterat = rs.GetInteger("Enter the number of iterations", 3) scale1 = rs.GetReal("Specify the first scale",0.5) scale2 = rs.GetReal("Specify the fractal scale",0.4) rs.EnableRedraw (False) tempCircle = rs.AddCircle(centerPoint, radius) pointList = rs.DivideCurve(tempCircle, numberEdges) pointList.append(pointList[0]) rs.DeleteObject(tempCircle) polygon = rs.AddPolyline(pointList) nextRow = [] scale = scale1 for i in range(0, iterat): for x in pointList: vector = rs.VectorCreate(x, centerPoint) object = rs.CopyObject(polygon, vector) temp = rs.ScaleObject(object, x, [scale,scale,scale]) prep = rs.ExplodeCurves(temp) for y in prep: nextRow.append(rs.CurveStartPoint(y)) rs.DeleteObject(y) pointList = nextRow nextRow = [] scale = scale * scale2 rs.EnableRedraw (True)```