For designers who need to explore organic shapes quickly in Rhino, SubD is a geometry type new to Rhino 7 that can create editable, highly accurate shapes. Unlike other geometry types, SubD combines free-form accuracy while still allowing quick editing. Push and pull to explore complex, free-form shapes in realtime. Traditionally SubD objects are mesh-based … Read more Have You Tried SubD in Rhino 7?
AEC Tech Summer 2021 EventJuly 8th-12th This Thornton Tomasetti | CORE studio event is a five-day experience for professionals in the AEC industry, sparked from the design community in London and open to the whole world. AEC doesn’t (and shouldn’t) exist as an entity separate from other industries, but intersects a wide – and growing … Read more Join AECTECH Summer 2021 this July
With Rhino, you can create organic shapes, quad meshes, and NURBS geometry in an intuitive modelling workflow – both on Mac and Windows. So what’s so significant about this update? Among other additions, Rhino 7 introduces SubD Objects and the QuadRemesh feature that improve the accuracy and simplicity of creating and exploring complex shapes quickly. … Read more Rhino 7 – The Most Significant Update Yet
November 9–11, 202009:00 – 16:00 GMTOnline course hosted by McNeel Europe Join Adrian Krezlik, PhD candidate at the Center for Studies in Architecture and Ubranism, University of Porto, and Rafael Campamà Pizarro, PhD candidate in the field of Energy and Building Design at the Architecture and Built Environment department of Lund University for a 3-day … Read more Rhino Workshop: Daylight Simulation and Optimisation
As an owner of a Rhino 6 licence, you have exclusive access to try the Rhino 7 WIP (Work in Progress) build. Try, test, and provide feedback on the release while it is still in development, all while getting hands-on experience with the latest tools in advance of release. Download the Rhino 7 WIP for … Read more Rhino 6 Users – Try the Rhino 7 WIP!
If you’re looking to become a certified Rhino specialist, McNeel offer certifications for experts and educators. Certifications are a way to test knowledge and competency in both Rhino software and in 3D visualisation. Typically, proficiency with Rhino skills allow users to excel and develop more advanced skills, build a greater understanding of advanced concepts, and … Read more Become a Certified Rhino Specialist
V-Ray for Rhino is a highly accurate renderer for McNeel Rhinoceros, enabling designers to predict and present their designs with the highest level of realism and reduce the need of physical prototypes. V-Ray greatly increases Rhino’s ability to handle large scenes and can be used directly within Grasshopper. V-Ray Next for Rhino is compatible with … Read more V-Ray for Rhino – Update 2
If you’re a designer using Rhino, and you’re experienced in Grasshopper visual scripting, then take your skills to the next level by creating your own custom scripts using C#! McNeel have created a free PDF file with Grasshopper examples which you can download here. The guide does not assume you have any background in programming, … Read more Essential Guide to C# Scripting for Grasshopper
In this upcoming webinar, learn how parametric structural modeling with ExpressMarine can jump-start your ShipConstructor project. Thursday 2nd April 202012:00 – 13:00 BST and 19:00 – 20:00 BST Register Now Join this webinar to see how the ExpressMarine structural modeling plugin for Rhino is used to rapidly create a parametric model of a ship structure, … Read more Reimagine Rapid Modeling of Ship Structures in Rhino
The new QuadRemesh command has been added to the Rhino 7 WIP. With it, you can create quad dominant meshes from surfaces, polysurfaces, solids, meshes and SubD objects. Create symmetrical quads along an axis. Accept guide curves to influence the layout. Create a SubD object instead of a quad mesh. Download Rhino 7 WIP The … Read more QuadRemesh Added to Rhino 7 WIP