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Description

With more than 450 apps available and 180.000 downloads per month, food4Rhino is the first Rhino plug-ins and Grasshopper add-ons site on the web.

For Rhino/Grasshopper users:

As a user, find the newest Rhino Plug-ins, Grasshopper Add-ons, Materials, Textures and Environments, add your comments, discuss about new tools, get in contact with the developers of these applications, share your scripts…

If you are ready to start downloading Rhino plug-ins, Grasshopper add-ons and textures from food4Rhino, just register and start right away.

For developers:

As a developer, take advantage of the site’s infrastructure and exposure, build your user community, get valuable feedback, easily manage your updates and new builds.

Users sharing their applications with other users is the whole idea behind food4Rhino. You don’t need to be a professional developer to start using our service. See http://www.food4rhino.com/faq for complete details.

Latest news on Rhino

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Join Proving Ground at ACADIA!

Proving Ground is presenting new research at ACADIA.Nate Miller's and Dave Stasiuk's paper, A Novel Mesh-based Workflow for Complex Geometry in BIM,  is research built upon "recent work in utilizing meshes as an often overlooked interoperability data-structure...

Arq.A 2017 Conference in Colombia

The CPNAA + Voxel C&T SAS are hosting ARQ.A 2017 in Medellín, Colombia. At this conference you will be able to appreciate the new design technologies that are being used worldwide like Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, VisualARQ2.0, and  V-Ray 3. Join Leonardo A. Velasco...

A racing kayak close up

Just for fun, here are a few photos and specifications of Sencha, a strip built racing kayak by Warren Williamson from Anacortes, Washington. William uses Rhino to design and build kayaks from scratch.A few...

Rhino and a fixie: Arc Bicycle

We've spotted Rhino in a fun bicycle project: Arc Bicycle, the 3D-printed steel frame designed by a student team at TU Delft and printed by MX3D.See Rhino in the YouTube video...A few details...

VisualARQ 2 – flexible BIM

Say hello to VisualARQ 2! Asuni, makers of VisualARQ and Lands Design plugins for Rhino, are pleased to announce the release of VisualARQ 2, the architectural modeling software which adds BIM features to Rhino. This release is not only about introducing new features...

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