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Simplified Complexity

Simplified Complexity

Simplified Complexity – Method for advanced NURBS modeling with Rhinoceros - English Version

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Thanks to the growth of computational power and the development of new production technologies, NURBS modeling has become the standard in many fields: Industrial Design, Architecture and, more recently, Engineering. Simplified Complexity is a method for learning NURBS modeling with Rhinoceros®. Born as the synthesis of twenty years of professional experience and teaching. Simplified Complexity consists of a structured knowledge system allowing a deep understanding of the software. With this method, the user can take advantage of Rhinoceros® full modeling potential. The idea behind Simplified Complexity is that even if the software has a clear and intuitive interface, NURBS geometry remains quite complex. In order to become a professional user, it is necessary to start from basic geometry knowledge: this will allow to foresee and avoid complexity or, if this is not possible, at least reduce it and optimize it.

Chapters:

1_Geometry basics
2_NURBS geometry
3_Rhino Overview
4_Curves: interpolation vs. control
5_Working with curves
6_NURBS topology
7_NURBS surfaces
8_Working with control points
9_Surface analysis
10_Curve-surface interaction
11_Working with surfaces
12_Deformations
13_ Emboss and engraving
14_Modeling for production
15_Modeling for visualization

Giancarlo Di Marco is a computational designer with a background in Engineering/Architecture and fine jewelry, specialized in 3D Design, Parametric Design, Digital Manufacturing and BIM. Together with the General Confederation of Italian Industry he has collaborated with several Italian companies as a Sr. Advisor for product and process innovation. As a CAD/BIM specialist he works with Architecture and Engineering studios to implement best practices in design departments. He lives in Mexico City where he founded Studio Giancarlo Di Marco, a design firm offering consulting and training services to companies and professionals, as well as online and classroom courses. Speaker in various international congresses, he is professor of Digital Design, Parametric Design and Digital Fabrication in undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

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