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Large dataset visualization with Excel, Grasshopper en 3D modeling

March 2020


Large projects generate large datasets. Parts lists, calculations, structures, inputs and outputs, planning, these are all organizational tools that ensure proper overview of each project. Most people intuitively understand visual information better than lists of numbers and texts. This is why data visualization is a essential communication tool for us.

Technical Drawings

We generate high resolution technical drawings, exploded views, individual part specifications and more draftsmanship in order to facilitate complete and accurate transfer of information to 3rd parties

2D drawings are still an essential part of data communication in the workshop and in documentation and we can directly create and render them from our 3D models 


If you have an assembly consisting of hundreds or even thousands of individual parts it is very useful to incorporate data visualization in order to keep an easy overview of the entire project. From macroscopic intuitive interpretation to microscopic management. The intention is to effortlessly keep track of every detail


Remember when plywood was just EUR38.88 per sheet? XD
Anyhow, calculations in Excel, you got to keep track of the numbers.

Data Surveying

With an API incorporated in Grasshopper we're able to survey geodata and generate 3D models, maps and cities from imported data. This can be done with financial data, user data, geological data, and so on. This comes in handy for surveying build plots, council data and even landscaping.

Partial Differential Equations

I understand concepts way easier when I'm able to visualize them. What used to be "if I can build it" is now also "if I can code it I can understand it" For the caustic optics project I needed to learn the basics of Partial Differential Field Equations.

Poisson Solver

These equations amount to programming a Poisson Solver which is very useful in simulating fluid pressure dynamics and flow dynamics.

Augmented Reality

Bringing 3D designs to life with Augmented Reality can sometimes help better understanding the actual dimensions and dynamics of a project. On a screen the sense of scale sometimes gets lost.

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