The path mapper detects that you're using index notation on at least one side of the mapping (i.e. the (0) bit at the end of the target map).

The Path Mapper component is something i haven't been able to tackle yet. Here's an image trying to follow the logic of your comment.

I just don't understand how to use Pathmapper properly. I watched a design reform video and read a few help things but it didnt get through my skull.

And if someone has an advise for morphing solids in hexagrids or triangular grids tell me because i don't think i'm following the right path with my actual ...

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... path element and the indices to be switched. So a tree that looks like {A;B;C}(i) instead becomes {A;B;i}(C). See, you're 'flipping' two parts of the ...

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*Disclaimer* This tutorial covers more advanced level grasshopper content *Disclaimer* In this tutorial we will take a look at a process to create a ...

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First of all, I want to explain how the algorithm works. The first step is to have a curve as the seashell's main section.

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After connecting the Nurbs curve output to evaluate curve's input, we need to define the “Parameter” or “t”. The curve's Parameter is actually a number of ...

If you select the points and the Grasshopper's gumball is activated (Display>Gumballs), you can easily move the curve's point to have the desired form.

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I will now search for an “intelligent” grid. I just don´t know how I could start this operation…Maybe I will try something with the “voronoy” or “ ...

For the polygons of the buldings I used the negativ of the drawing. It generated an intersting spectrum of built space, open space, and empty space.

We can have our seashell by connecting the output to “Loft” (Surface>Freeform) but let's have more control on the form by defining a new rotation-scale ...

But keep in mind that by default, Grasshopper uses “Radians” for angles. This can easily be changed to degrees by right-clicking on the angle and choosing ...

Curve/Curve (Intersect _Physical_Curve/Curve) finds the intersections between Curve A and Curve B. To find the intersections of each of the three curves ...

If the curve is rotating in the wrong way you can easily right-click on “angle” and choose “Expression”. In this field you can alter the input by defining ...

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