BIM Workflow with Dynamo
Thursday November 13, 2014
Free and open to all. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
1.5 CES LU
Join us for a presentation on Dynamo – a visual programming application by Autodesk. In this lecture Colin McCrone from Autodesk will introduce the basic concepts of Dynamo, including examples of projects where Dynamo has been used.
Dynamo is a graphical scripting platform that provides designers access to parametric modeling and data-driven customized workflows for Building Information Modeling. Dynamo allows users to automate BIM tasks, manage data, and easily build highly complex geometry. Dynamo can run as a standalone program or as an addin for Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Vasari, with the ability to manage Revit project files and family definitions. Dynamo is an open-source project with major resource contributions from Autodesk and from users like you.
About the Presenter
Colin McCrone in a very short time has emerged as a foremost lecturer and instructor for Autodesk. As a computational designer and design software evangelist, he teaches and gathers requirements for digital design tools, manages customer interactions, and technical consulting services. Colin’s educational background includes architecture, physics, and French.
- Attendees will learn how to automate simple Revit workflows like placing beams with Dynamo
- Attendees will learn how to construct parametric relationships between Revit Elements with Dynamo
- Attendees will understand how to use Excel to drive Revit with Dynamo
- Attendees will understand how to construct complex geometry in Revit with Dynamo
For more information, please visit DynamoBIM.org.