Seattle, WA – October 27, 2006 – Today Robert McNeel & Associates announced the RhinoScript101 tutorials project. Scripting is a powerful yet easy way to automate Rhino that only requires elementary programming skills.
RhinoScript101 offers a series of lessons on Rhino scripting, aimed at teaching a basic understanding of programming fundamentals that will ease the transition from Rhino user to Rhino developer.
"The one advantage I enjoy over authors of other programming books, is that I'll be teaching you to program Rhino. Writing scripts for Rhino means you have an exceptionally powerful geometry kernel at your disposal which enables you to achieve the most outrageous results with a minimum of code. Instead of boring you with days-of-the-week and employee-salary-classes examples, I get to bore you with freeform surfaces, evolving curves and inflating meshes." -- David Rutten, author
Download the first 5 lessons with a multiple choice test.
Founded in 1980, Robert McNeel & Associates (McNeel) is a privately-held, employee-owned self-funded corporation providing design, development, and production professionals with 3-D software tools shaped from emerging technologies. Headquartered in Seattle, McNeel has regional offices in Latin America, Europe, and Asia.