Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design 3D

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Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design are for  designers who are exploring new shapes using generative algorithms, Grasshopper® is a graphical algorithm editor tightly integrated with Rhino’s 3-D modeling tools. Unlike RhinoScript, Grasshopper requires no knowledge of programming or scripting, but still allows designers to build form generators from the simple to the awe-inspiring.

Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design with Rhino are a new way to model where a design describes a change, it is the transition from entities to operations. A form is created by a series of mathematical operations, instead of being the outcome of applying a conventional command. 

Generative Jewelry and Fashion Design are a "Must Have" complement for any professional applications or Rhino users.

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Multiple Open Positions – PhD Researchers and Architects at ICD/IntCDC


For the Cluster of Excellence “Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture” the Institute for Computational Design and Construction at Stuttgart University, invites applications for multiple open positions:
  • RESEARCH ASSOCIATES (m/f/d): DOCTORAL RESEARCHERS (E13 TVL) to conduct doctoral research in the Cluster of Excellence with the aim to complete a PhD in the research area integrative computational design and digital fabrication in architecture, or Integrative computational design at the intersection of architecture, social science and advanced visualization, as well as

  • RESEARCH ASSOCIATES (m/f/d): ARCHITECT (E13 TVL) to contribute to the design of highly innovative timber building demonstrators of the Cluster of Excellence in direct collaboration with our research and industry partners, including permanent building projects and temporary pavilions.
Candidates are required to have an advanced architectural, technical or computer science degree. Previous experience in at least one of the aforementioned research areas (PhD positions) or in architectural practice (Architect positions) is expected, as well as a high level of commitment and dedication. Very good English skills are essential.

A more detailed advertisement and expected start date can be viewed online: https://www.icd.uni-stuttgart.de/news/Multiple-open-positions-for-PhD-researchers-and-architects/

Applications (including CV, statement of interest, portfolio/work samples and a list of computational skills with indicated proficiency) should be submitted as one PDF-file (max. 10MB) to: mail@icd.uni-stuttgart.de. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The final application deadline is 10th of January 2023.

As the University of Stuttgart strives to improve gender equality amongst its researchers, applications by women are particularly encouraged. Individuals with disabilities will be preferably employed where qualifications are deemed equal. All research associates will be employed through University of Stuttgart's central administration.

Rhino.Inside.Revit online workshop, January 16-18 (McNeel Europe)

 

Rhino.Inside.Revit online workshop
Host: McNeel Europe (Barcelona)
Jan 16 – Jan 18 2023, 10am–5pm CET

Since 2009, many third-party plug-ins have been developed to enable the interoperability between Autodesk's BIM software Revit and McNeel's Rhino/Grasshopper to various degrees of success, in terms of ease of use, performance (speed) and extendibility. With the release of Rhino 7 and the Rhino.Inside technology, Revit and Rhino/Grasshopper work together more seamlessly than ever before (Rhino.Inside.Revit/ Grasshopper.Inside.Revit). This has not only opened up a variety of opportunities to combine the strengths of both platforms in a flexible, efficient and responsive way, but also means that almost the entire existing ecosystem of third-party plugins for Rhino/Grasshopper can be used in a shared workflow with Revit much more conveniently. The Rhino.Inside technology also allows (third-party) developers to further push the limits by creating custom their own Grasshopper components (via C#, and even Python) that can access the Revit API directly in the same runtime environment. Additionally, Rhino.Inside.Revit adds over 300 Revit-aware components to Grasshopper that can query, modify, analyse, and create native Revit elements. 
In this context, Junghwo Park, BIM Specialist at Umdasch Group Ventures, will be tutoring a Rhino.Inside.Revit online workshop at McNeel Europe.

What you will learn:
The workshop is aimed at Revit users who want to learn about Rhino/Grasshopper, or for Rhino/Grasshopper users who want to learn about Rhino.Inside.Revit. Further, it is aimed at BIM creators, coordinators, and managers interested in parametric BIM workflows.

Day 1

  • Overview
  • Units and Documents
  • Useful GH Plugins for your BIM workflows
  • Datum
  • Selections
  • Get & Set Parameters
  • Revit materials

Day 2

  • Create Revit Element (System families)
  • Create form
  • Create family (Loadable families)
  • SubD to Revit
  • Rename Levels
  • Rooms and Areas
  • Structural Analytical Model

Day 3

  • Design Options
  • Topography
  • MakeHatch
  • Work sets
  • Clash Detection
  • Parametric BIM Design
  • Tips and Tricks

Course requirements: Basic knowledge of Rhino, Grasshopper, and Revit.

Online course fees: EUR 395,- (+VAT); full-time students and university teachers get a 50% discount (proof of status required). Please note that we will confirm your seat after your payment has cleared.

Max. number of participants: 25. If there is no quorum, the course will be canceled two weeks before.

Course language: English

Educational seats are limited. Sign up now by contacting McNeel Europe!


 
 
 

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