data list

Today, we’ve studied ways of representing multiple data structures in Grasshopper. As of our last week’s experience, sometimes (most of the time actually) we’ll need to work with vast amount of data. We’ll have to control them in order to open door for further explorations. Today’s exercise was a good example of this “sustainable” process of data management. All functionality of Grasshopper is based on data matching. From short-list, long-list matching, to the structures of data trees. The simple solution to a one-point attractor on a grid represents this very […]