Hi everybody,

I'm having an issue with the daylight grid and the grid seems to not be "straight" and also missing information. The picture is pretty straight forward. I would like to have my daylight grid with correct sensors area. As you can also see, the building is titled because of the orientation and it seems that DIVA does not like that.Do you know how could I fix that?

Best regards,

Frank 

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That's not pretty :(

Is it possible your model is reeeally far from the origin?

Hi Jon,

Yes exactly, my model is far from the origin. Is that the reason?

Thanks for your answer Jon,

Frank

Yes. Placing Rhino models far from the origin is a bad idea.

https://wiki.mcneel.com/rhino/farfromorigin

Hi Jon,

Thank you very much for your help. It does make a lot of sense now.

Have a nice day,

Frank

Jon Sargent said:

Yes. Placing Rhino models far from the origin is a bad idea.

https://wiki.mcneel.com/rhino/farfromorigin

Hi Jon,

I'm writing to you again about the daylight grid. I have another problem with the daylight grid and its precision. I have created grid based on surface. The surfaces are fine but for some surfaces, the daylight grid are weird. The model is located near the origin as you can see on the attached picture. Do you know what's wrong? The daylight grid is tilt but this doesn't impact the way the grid is display. I tried to rotate the daylight grid in the horizontal but nothing change.

Thanks in advance for your quick answer.

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