Spinning Rotation Force

In this project we can see an example of magnetic fields in Grasshopper 3D. A field element is an algorithm that applies a force on a given point in space. We are going to use this force to change the position of certain points to obtain the result.

Using the certain parameters we can see its different variations or behaviors resulting in smooth magnetic effect .

Workflow :

 Parameters :

Gap: Using this parameter we can control the distance between the circles .

Center : Using this parameters we can increase or decrease the number of circles .minimum and maximum value lies between 1-5.

Boundary : it’s shows the footprint or boundary base of the geometry.

Radius : using this slider we can control the radius of the circles.

Count : Using this slider we can increase or decrease the number of wings.

Expand :This slider give us the opportunity to maximum Or minimize the gap between boundary edge and the geometry.

Decay :using this slider we can control the interference of the pattern.

Many researcher are using this technique to get an idea using magnetic field to generate some direction and rotate curves depending on distance or magnetic field.
If I talk about the challenges ,I did face some trouble while using mesh components in the GH script , as it’s was getting heavier when I was increasing number of counts parameters. Also I did face some challenges while using 3d cube maps ,and styling.

“Spinning rotation force” is a project of IAAC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at the Master in Advanced Computation for Architecture & Design 2021/2022 by Student: Sidhant choudhary, Lead Faculty: David Andres Leon and Hesham Shawky.