By first understanding the capabilities and limitations of the available tools
I’d also seriously advice you to read How to get help on the Dynamo forums
@abdelgawad Show us complete screenshot of your attempts. This is not exactly a place to make requests for what you need but rather a help forum to ask for help with things that you cannot figure out on your own, but actually tried.
I’m sorry,I don’t mean to make requests for what I need, the problem facing me is the idea/concept of the random intersected grid.
Generally, I get to what you mean, I will try with myself first and post here at the phase that I can’t pass or a problem can’t solve,
Thanks for your attention @Kulkul and thanks @Vikram_Subbaiah for the link
Are you trying something like Nouvel’s Louvre? I’ve been to lecture by Buro Happold, that worked on that project, and their approach were based on the overlapping of non-random surfaces to achieve the ‘random’ look. And their patterns were based on structural + lighting analysis. Perhaps a completely random pattern will look good, but won’t work constructively.
@abdelgawad Appreciate your enthusiasm though
This is one possible approach, to help you get started…
random.dyn (9.2 KB)
Thanks very much for you help and appreciation @Vikram_Subbaiah
I am learning Dynamo by my self from random You Tube Videos ( not complete orderly course ) and Dynamo is not known in my country ( don’t know anyone to help me ) so the only way to understand is through the forum , bearing in mind that it’s my first time dealing with a program like that ( don’t know grasshopper ).
@abdelgawad Didn’t mean to discourage you with my rebuke. Just want to suggest that you first make sincere attempts yourself before seeking help. I’m sure you’ll get to learn a lot more that way.
Please do continue posting your questions on this forum, there are many very talented people here willing to share their knowledge.
Don’t worry I understated your opinion and I agree with you for the public benefits for all members
anyone know the theory of project curve to surface?
I want it in c# revit api … but don’t know how to do .
Hey… this probably wants to be a new thread which references the existing… but… that method isn’t an API method (I think) but a Design Script Method… I dug around and found this link… https://github.com/DynamoDS/designscript-archive/blob/master/Libraries/ProtoGeometry/Geometry/Curve.cs there will be better ones… Look for this?
public Curve Project(Surface surface, Vector direction)
Or you can call the c# .dll from an (iron)Python node?