Grasshopper is a visual programming language developed by David Rutten at Robert McNeel & Associates.[1] Grasshopper runs within the Rhinoceros 3D CAD application. Programs are created by dragging components onto a canvas. The outputs to these components are then connected to the inputs of subsequent components. The first version of Grasshopper was released in September 2007, and titled Explicit History. Grasshopper has become part of the standard Rhino toolset in Rhino 6.0 and later. (wikipedia)

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  1. Wahbeh, Wissam; Nardinocchi, Carla: Toward the interactive 3D modelling applied to Ponte Rotto in Rome (2015)