An aerial perspective on Generative Design

Published by Tim on Saturday October 20, 2018

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:08

I have often been asked to share the mindmap that i and Patrik use in our presentations about Generative Design. Here’s how it basically can be understood: Every single project can be splitted into three components: An input, a process and an output. The input can be any data-source, the process is an algorithm that processes the data and the output is the result of the process, a new aggregate state of the input. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or ideas about improvements.

Click here to download the mindmap as a PDF


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