Face ID

Connecting moving points over a topographic model of Zermatt, Switzerland Following the previous post this code shows how to use the twin-edge function to more quickly identify a point position’s corresponding face from an HEM. In that code we simply checked through every face until finding one which intersected the cutting plane. In some ways … Continue reading

Mesh Section

Progressive sections through a topographic mesh of Zermatt, Switzerland This sketch adds to the Half-Edge Mesh sketch, a function sectionHEM() for cutting a planar section through a mesh. It also uses the Mesh Import function to instantiate the topography from a pair of .txt files (included in the .zip file below). The section function is … Continue reading

Half-Edge Mesh

¬†key to the HEM class methods and face splitting modifier This is a class to be used with the Anar+ library for Processing to create a half-edge (or doubly-connected) mesh datastructure which uses the parametric geometry of Anar’s faces, and points. The schema for this HEM class is based on the description of doubly-connected edge … Continue reading

Wind Impact Simulation:

Feasibility study of renewable energy sources. Ten years of monthly average wind directions and speed (via Wolfram), in reaction with topographic variations simulated in Processing for visual analysis using the Anar+ library and a custom built half-edge mesh class. Darkness of the line indicates proximity to ground. Red squares mark wind impact with and deflection … Continue reading