FractureHopper is a component for Grasshopper 3D that enable you to create fractals and chaotic maps. Please beware that fractals are computationally intense components. You may require a recent machine to run the fractals on decent times with decent tessellation.
0.4 - Added more components in the "Sets" section. Koch triangle and
tetrahedron and Sierpinski tetrahedron.
Download version 0.4
0.3 - Some more improvement to the component. Added noise support,
more chaotic maps and voxelization to the julia 3D.
Download version 0.3
0.2 - Improvement of the first release. Added two more chaotic maps
(Thomas' cyclic attractors and Tinker bell maps) and
optimized julia 3D sets to use multiple thread when processing.
Download version 0.2
0.1 - First release of the component. Implemented Julia sets in 2D and
3D, Lorenz attractors, bifurcation diagrams and Rabinovich-Fabrikant maps.
Download version 0.1
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There are three types of nodes in component: chaotic maps, sets and set tests.
- Maps are quite straightforward to use, they output a list of points or a list of curves ordered so that you can interpolate them or do other cool things.
- Sets will generate a sample of points within a 2D or 3D grid and fiter out only boundry points belonging to the set.
- Set tests will filter out all the points you input and return only the points that are included in the specific set.
- Noise will generate perlin noise and perturbate meshes or output numbers that you can compose to obtain natural effects on meshes.