Author Archives: evertamador
I also put this together in case you feel like spending some time indulging yourself into the world of multi-agent systems concepts. I have to say, reviewing this really makes me think bottom-up approaches are being too disregarded in favour
I put together a handout for the AAG2012 as an introduction to OOP in Java. It’s by no means a manual but a reference specific to JAVA and igeo. If you find it useful leave a note. You can get
Back again!!!! I’ve been busy, very busy indeed, so I haven’t had time to post anything. In fact I haven’t had much time to sit down and code except for a quick test for the new Igeo text object. Anyway,
Estoy tratando de integrar la API del traductor de google directo de mientras esta es una opción. Si crees que sirve hazmelo saber dejando un comentario. Saludos Oprime aqui!
I finally had a chance ( time during a sleepless night after having migraine) to revisit my collision sketches I started a few weeks ago. Since two or maybe three releases ago, igeo incorporates a tracker class that allows you
I’ve just finished a Grasshopper component to create hexagonal cells on a surface. It will be on the food4rhino service soon (I hope!) in the meantime you can get it here enjoy! This work is licensed under a Creative Commons
I’ve been working on two things since last week, collisions (which I’m still not happy with how it works) and panelisation of double curvature surfaces. I started with a simple surface subdivision evaluating subsurface panels to see how many were
Hello! I’ve finally had a chance of creating an open source igeo resources blog here . At present it has got the examples we looked at the AAG2012 workshop held in Paris two weeks ago. If you want to contribute pelase
The other day, while trying to create some nurbs curves with more than 4 control points, I suddenly thought if Igeo was able to create n-gon meshes, so I gave it a go and it worked! I modified my original
more to follow. . .but I really can’t tell when!!!! This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.