a place to shine a light on the work of students and teachers
Jump in with a couple of students and turn them loose on the links, documents, videos, files, etc. They will find something to connect them to Grasshopper.
Start by clicking this link: Grasshopper Home Page
.............click the 'Learn' Tab' 'Getting Started'........
Google: Grasshopper3d video tutorials
Explore some of these videos to see what you can do with GH. Work along with a video. Utilize the 'Pause' when viewing the video. Again, there might a tutorial 'out there' that will grab a student's attention.
My favorite: Digital Toolbox
Click the 'Grasshopper' link on the toolbar. Then choose 'Basic' to get started with some very user friendly videos:
for Rhino v5. Grasshopper is built-in to v6 Rhino:
Video Building a Cabinet with Grasshopper Vimeo video tutorial by Brian James.
This is a very good video to follow along, use the pause button, and work your own model with Brian as he constructs this project.
Three models, definitions, and videos for 'Getting Started' with Grasshopper: (old but very good. No sound. Pause and work along. by McNeel Miami)
3 GH Lamp model and definition notes in the model (no video yet)
Grasshopper video tutorial YouTube video tutorial by Adam Lucking. Too long (over 30 minutes) but very good.
Below.... food for thought:
Digital Toolbox Tutorials, tutorials, tutorials (Again, a good place to start)
Designalyze Grasshopper tutorials for Laser, 3d printing, CNC, etc.
There are several pages of GH tutorial videos here. You below is one of tutorials located on the first page of videos:
Essential Mathematics for Computational Design A Primer with Sample files and tutorials