Hi all today Iris, Sargam, Kyung, and myself worked on the notches.  I tried to up load the file but was unable to.  We used the screen that Ben had made so its something we could all follow.  Attached are images of the definition and what it produces in rhino.  If you would like a copy of he file let us know and we can e-mail it.  The only thing we couldn’t exactly figure out was triming.  If anyone has any thoughts let us know.


Can anyone tell me why when I draw a curve or any line it is not visible in the viewport? I am drawing it correctly so that is not the case. I have tried drawing it in different layers  and changed the background color but that doesn’t solve the problem. It might be a setting that I accidently activated. It’s probably a quick fix. Please help

Treble Clef Bench

The bench is modeled after the profile of a treble clef symbol. The bench height varies in relationship to the human body and offers a few different seating accomodations. It is made out of tubular steel and steel rods. The main drivers include: the depth of the extension the bench runs along one axis, the different thicknesses of the bench along its curve based on the graphmapper properties or a the manipulation of a rhino drawn curve (along with its inputted bounds), and other drivers such as depth of the seat, radius of the steel tubes and rods, and number of rods.

Treble Clef in the making