VisualARQ 2.4 is now available for download.
This new service release includes some new features and fixes most of the issues reported by users:
- New components in Grasshopper to create 2D Section views (video).
- VisualARQ Script API: RhinoCommon compatible SDK to create, query and edit VisualARQ objects in the document.
- Added Parameter Grasshopper Component to select document parameters.
- TAB key works with VisualARQ control points to lock direction.
See the complete list in What’s new.
This is a free service release for all VisualARQ users and works on Rhino 5 and Rhino 6.
Rhino User Meeting Helsinki 2019
24 January 2019: 9h-18h
Aalto University (School of Arts, Design and Architecture)
McNeel Europe organizes a Rhino User Meeting at Aalto University in Helsinki on the 24th January 2019.
Come and learn more about state-of-the-art Digital Design and Fabrication.
Get inspiration from industry experts in different fields: Architecture, Engineering, Product Design,
Algorithmic Modeling, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Visualization, 3D Printing, Robotic milling,
Environmental Analysis, Landscaping, Sculpture, and much more!
Get the latest news about VisualARQ, Lands Design, Rhino WIP, Rhino Inside, Rhino Compute, RhinoVR, Grasshopper and
Watch presentations and get hands-on with live software demonstrations from the exhibitor partners.
Coffee breaks, lunch and networking drinks are included within the ticket price!
Early Bird tickets until January 10, 2019: €65 (then €95)
- Dates: February 5-7 and February 12-14, 2019 (9.00 am-1.00 am PST)
- Price: US$260.00
- Register here!
This intensive, six-session online course will focus on architectural workflows using Rhinoceros. It will introduce the best practices to maximize productivity and use the rich set of functionality supported by Rhino. It will cover various scenarios for concept modeling, detailed design, and visualization.
Each live session will run from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PST (Pacific Standard Time).
Ask questions and interact with the class and instructors in our live, online training. The live sessions will be recorded and posted to a private classroom album. Attendees may stream the material for up to three months following the class.
Notes (what you need for the class):
- Rhino 6 for Windows software installed. The instructor will be using this version.
- Plugins: Flamingo nXt, VisualARQ, and LANDS (WIP).
- Rhino 5 for Windows or Mac is not acceptable software for this class.
- A stable and fast Internet connection.
- A headset/microphone combo.
Questions? Contact Doaa Alsharif
There is a new section in food4Rhino for uploading and downloading new VisualARQ object styles.
You can see in this tutorial how to upload and download them.
Most of these objects are Grasshopper styles (object styles created from Grasshopper definitions) so they are fully parametric. No Grasshopper knowledge is required to use these objects though.
We encourage you to share your object styles with other users!
Do you miss any particular object style?
Send us an email to email@example.com and we can make it for you!
Alan Gómez: “I came across VisualARQ looking for plugins that would help me integrate BIM with Rhinoceros”
Interview with the architect Alan Gómez
His name is Alan Gómez, a design professional and graduate of Architecture at the prestigious Mexican university Univer. His academic training was his launching pad to begin discovering the world of 3D modelling for creating jewellery and, later, he began to take part in projects of creation, design and renovation of buildings.
Gómez defines himself as a professional with a very detailed style and, above all, focused on seeking architectural balance. His works have always been and continue being a challenge for him. With each one he tries to bring a touch of innovation and creativity to the world of design.
Today he works at StructureCraft, the well-known Canadian company that designs construction projects, pedestrian bridges, structures of heavy wood and wooden engineering. He is passionate about creative design and states that VisualARQ has become an essential tool for developing the construction documents successfully of projects of any kind, no matter how complex or extense they are. No doubt about it. Can you imagine why? Discover through this interview what his experience is with the software that has provided him with so many facilities.
- Dates: Thursday, October-25- Sunday, October-28, 2018
- Location: Baruch College (Lexington Avenue, 55, New York, 10010 United States)
The sixth edition of the renowned AEC Tech symposium event is just next door and we at VisualARQ didn’t want to miss it. Francesc Salla (VisualARQ’s product manager), Luis Fraguada (McNeel Europe) and Kike Garcia (VisualARQ developer) will attend the event to know the last news in technology and design.
AEC Tech 2018 is the sixth annual event and a four-day experience for professionals in the AEC industry and more! The current edition has as the theme the “Interpolations”, focusing on the injection of innovative processes, technologies, and workflows that are rerouting the way the industry works, designs, and thinks.
Workshops and masterclasses are held all day on Thursday, October 25th from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm at Baruch College. Workshops are taught by WeWork, Robert McNeel & Associates, Ladybug, CORE studio, Proving Ground, and Konstru!
The Symposium will take place on Friday, October 26th at 9:00 am in the Engleman Hall at Baruch College, featuring a full day of presentations and discussions from highly-acclaimed professionals within and adjacent to the industry.
The Hackathon will last 26-hours from Saturday, October 27th to Sunday, October 28th at the Thornton Tomasetti midtown office. AEC Tech’s Hackathon is an event for all levels of programmers, developers, engineers and others, additionally, it is aimed for attendees to collaborate, network, build new relationships, and generate new ideas and processes for the AEC community.