March 24, 2020, 2:24am
I have a question regarding “Multiple lines of sight to vision glazing in different directions at least 90 apart” which is one of the LEED v4 Quality View requirements.
I don’t quite understand why the results are different when I change my building orientations. I think that orientation does not matter in this situation.
I used the same python script from Hydra (given by
@chris), so I assume that my post-processing part is not quite there yet. Can anyone help this? Also, does anyone have an idea to get the same result using native grasshopper components instead of a python script? Quality View Question.gh (406.0 KB)
Much appreciate it.
Could you test this? I have tried to replicate test you need using VPL, but I leave to you to study it.
Basically this component generate N vectors for each test point:
Maybe it is this what you need:
Quality View Question_dna.gh (406.3 KB)
March 25, 2020, 3:42pm
It makes sense now.
Thank you for your help, much appreciated.
@seung and @AntonelloDiNunzio
Your script helped a lot. I wanted to ask you if you managed also to have separated results in case of the analysis is performed on more than one room.
I tried to modify the flatten/graft option but didn’t end well so far.
Thanks if you can help me.