Workshop 05: Brute-Force
Sebastian Misiurek | On 04, Apr 2017
Digital Futures Workshop Series
School of Undergraduate Architecture
Algorithmically Generate & Evaluate Design Options
Location: HHS 111
Date + Time: Sun, 2017.04.09, 12-3pm
Instructors: Leland Jobson
Description: Brute-force, or “dumb decryption” is a technique where all possible combinations of a code are generated and tested. You will learn how to apply this technique to generate vast arrays of architectural options and sort them by form & performance. This process is facilitated by Colibri, the latest update to Design Explorer.
Requirements: Participants are required to bring a laptop with Rhino 5.0 installed on their laptops and download and install the latest version of Grasshopper and following software.
Questions or Comments: Please contact us at – firstname.lastname@example.org
Downloads: Please download workshop files before the start of the workshop.
(Files will be available 04/09)