The Grasshopper definition is not perfect, but I decided to stop working on it. Had the feeling I was drowning somewhere far away. Something you can try to tell with one image, but the question is always there. Here I wanted to explore the power of Grasshopper while iterating the same process and logic. Define how many ropes I have to add to the original one, and then the algorithm makes all the math to have a serious of evolutions without overlapping!
Even if is not really noticeable, every rope that is added to the scene makes all the previous ropes, first excluded, to be further then the previous position. This is due to let the new ones fit in without intersecting with others. So, the more iterations (ropes) we have, more the starting rope has to be further from the basic rope.