SFDUG February 2016 Meeting: What Revit Wants: Getting Dynamo Geometry into Revit
On Wednesday, February 10th at 6:00pm, SFDUG welcomes two speakers from Perkins + Will who will show us truly what Revit want...
Educational Module:Image to Perforation Pattern to Revit Family
Speaker: Luc Deckinga, Perkins + Will
In this demonstration, you will learn how to create a Revit shading fin family with perforations based on a source image using Dynamo.
Featured Presentation:What Revit Wants: Getting Dynamo Geometry Into Revit
Speaker: Jeremy Lueber, Perkins + Will
Dynamo is quickly making it possible to do things in Revit that have only been a dream up to this point, but with the ImportInstance.ByGeometry node as the primary means of getting content into Revit and Adaptive components constrained by the limitations of Revit modeling capabilities, we need something better if we are truely be able to utilize Dynamo to create complex geometric forms in Revit. We explore some of the option to do just this...
Luc Deckinga works as Design Application Manager and Computational Designer at Perkins + Will where he facilitates computational tools that weave data and parametric systems into architectural design. His responsibilities include BIM planning, implementation and management as well as developing and delivering software training to the technical staff.
Jeremy Luebker is a computational design specialist for Perkins + Will. He is currently working on and international transit project for which he is using Dynamo to create and document the free-form and complex structural elements in Revit. His expertise includes prototyping techniques, 3d printing and digital fabrication.
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