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Rhino 3D Certification
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Rhino 3D Certification
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: EngLish | Size: 12.13 GB | Duration: 7h 56m

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What you'll learn

Description
ThinkParametric Certification
Rhinoceros 3D
This Rhino Certification Course will cover the 3D modeling software Rhinoceros 3D, from the very beginning to advanced use. It doesn't matter if you are someone who has no prior knowledge of 3D modeling and want to start learning from the start.
Alternatively, if you're already somewhat experienced, and you want to know methods to enhance your design workflows we also cover advanced techniques to model complex shapes or how to automate tasks.
Why is it important to know 3D Modeling?
Being able to translate your idea into a digital representation is a fundamental skill in today's design toolkit. Whether you are an architectural student, a junior designer or a senior manager at a large firm, knowing how to 3D model and understand what the possibilities and benefits of having a digital representation of your design are, is a valuable skill to acquire.
What is Rhinoceros 3D and why is this software a good fit for me?
Rhino is an open free-form 3D modeling software developed by Robert McNeel and associates. It is a versatile, powerful 3D modeling software and its used to design and engineer products ranging from jewelry and furniture to architecture, marine design and automotive design. In other words, it's like a swiss army knife. In architecture, it used in the schematic design phases, to quickly and accurately design options - all the way to assist in the process of creating construction documents.
What will I learn in this certification course?
In the first Module of the Rhino Certification Course, we cover the basics of Rhino. You'll go over the Rhino interface and how to set-up, navigate, and organize your model. You'll understand the different types of geometry objects that exist in Rhino and their most common uses. You'll know you how to create and edit objects and understand how they are used in everyday situations. You'll understand how to create simple construction drawings and how to export and import to other software programs. After this course, you will know the basics of Rhino, and become confident to start modeling your first project.
In the second Module, you start with importing the floor plans and sections from the Barcelona pavilion. This exercise is comparable with future sketches you make and want to transform into a digital 3D model. We continue by setting up a 2D base layer consisting of curves and lines from which we'll derive the 3D shape of the pavilion. You use the various techniques and workflows from the first part to do this, and you'll learn some new ones in the process. When you have modeled the pavilion, we look at how we can annotate and document our project. We also take a look at some visualization methods to create a diagrammatic image of the pavilion. This exercise is helpful for you to print out and start sketching on top to create various options quickly or to show to a client.
In the third and final module, you'll learn more advanced methods, commands, and workflows of Rhino. We'll go more in-depth on how to create, edit, and transform any free form shape. We start by getting a better understanding of the inner workings of NURBS geometry and how to perform various analysis methods to check curves and surfaces for their smoothness and continuity. We'll 3D model the roof of the London Aquatics Centre from Zaha Hadid Architects using NURBS geometry, Polygon Meshes and also a newer type of geometry called Subd and we'll take a look at the differences between both. We'll go over some exciting options to enhance Rhino with the help of some useful plugins and other tools. As you know, time is always an essential factor when designing your project, so we spend time understanding best practices to model fast and efficient without losing accuracy and control over your project. We'll look at repetitive tasks and ways to automate those and how to create a set-up to model like a pro.
Overview
Lecture 1 Fundamentals of Rhino
Lecture 1 Introduction and Interface
Lecture 2 Selecting and Navigating
Lecture 3 Accurate Modeling
Lecture 4 The Different Rhino Objects Explained
Lecture 5 Creating and Editing 2D Geometry
Lecture 6 Creating 3D Geometry
Lecture 7 Editing 3D Geometry
Lecture 8 Transforming Geometry
Lecture 9 Organizing your Document
Lecture 10 Annotation and Documentation of your Project
Lecture 2 Modeling your First Project
Lecture 1 Importing your Sketches
Lecture 2 Drawing our 2D Lines - pt1
Lecture 3 Drawing our 2D Lines - pt2
Lecture 4 Converting our Lines into 3D Objects - pt1
Lecture 5 Converting our Lines into 3D Objects - pt2
Lecture 6 Creating Annotations for our Model
Lecture 7 Visualizing our Model
Lecture 3 Advanced Rhino Techniques
Lecture 1 NURBS Geometry Explained - Curves
Lecture 2 NURBS Geometry Explained - Surfaces
Lecture 3 Modeling the London Aquatics Centre - pt1
Lecture 4 Modeling the London Aquatics Centre - pt2
Lecture 5 Modeling the London Aquatics Centre - pt3
Lecture 6 Mesh and Subd Geometry Types
Lecture 7 Automation Methods Explained - pt1
Lecture 8 Automation Methods Explained - pt2
Lecture 29 Visualization
Lecture 1 Introduction to visualization in Rhino
Lecture 2 Environment and lights
Lecture 3 Camera
Lecture 4 Materials - part 1
Lecture 5 Materials - part 2
Lecture 6 Materials - part 3
Lecture 7 Materials - part 4
Lecture 8 Preparing our scene for rendering - part 1
Lecture 9 Preparing our scene for rendering - part 2
Lecture 10 Preparing our scene for rendering - part 3
Lecture 11 Importing Substance materials in Rhino
Lecture 30 SubD Modeling
Lecture 1 Introduction to SubD modeling in Rhino
Lecture 2 Basic principles
Lecture 3 Subd toolbar commands and workflows - part 1
Lecture 4 Subd toolbar commands and workflows - part 2
Lecture 5 Subd toolbar commands and workflows - part 3
Lecture 6 Subd toolbar commands and workflows - part 4
Lecture 7 Modeling a coffee mug
Lecture 8 Modeling a Storm Trooper helmet - part 1
Lecture 9 Modeling a Storm Trooper helmet - part 2
Lecture 10 Modeling a Storm Trooper helmet - part 3
Lecture 11 Modeling a Storm Trooper helmet - part 4
Lecture 12 Modeling a facade detail - part 1
Lecture 13 Modeling a facade detail - part 2
Lecture 14 Modeling a facade detail - part 3

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