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Posted by  Per Corell on August 03, 2003 at 10:05:20:

In Reply to:  Re: Safe building structures posted by Solomon Steinberg on August 03, 2003 at 08:16:13:

Please understand that when you talk about triangulation I must say "know that but 3D-H work without".
When you say 3D I must say "right do it from 2D cut sheet material".
Pointing to Algorithmic Architecture, you are quite right and Lisp must be perfect for just that ,then we just need the single function Robot to work recursive, and find a place in spece with lots of sheet materials.
Gentlemen ; --------- 3D-H _is_ different. Please consider different.

You must emagine somthing you can not emagine, and please know, that I by porpous made my graphics simple ; you would not belive your eyes, seing floors, walls and collums "grow" as by magic.
Forget about layer on layer and geostatic structures, 3D-H is here to stay, and it is almost to simple.

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