relative^n(form)

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Description

A continuation of the exploration from relative^n(shape) these studies look at the relationships between two basic forms, linked to one another through an gridded distribution of vectors. The differences in position and scale of these forms conversely push outwards defining an new interpolated form. The basic geometries studied were sphere's, ellipsoids, and toroids as they are the primary closed forms which can be made from a single surface. A second subset to this series looked at distortions of the torus though the use of crossed sin and cos wave amplifications. Though visually interesting, this was a dead end tangent as it disrupts the clarity of the results of the other studies. It is included in this set, as there were some interesting similarities in the results from this series and the pure relational studies.

Project Data

  • Platform Grasshopper
  • Typology Geometry
  • Date 2011

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