SFDUG July 2016 Meeting: LadyBug: A Parametric Environmental Plugin for Dynamo
On Wednesday, July 13 at 6:00pm, SFDUG welcomes Mostapha Sadeghipour, the creator of Ladybug + Honeybee plugins that help designers inform architectural design with sustainable design parameters.
Featured Presentation: LadyBug: A Parametric Environmental Plugin for Dynamo
Speaker: Mostapha Sadeghipour
Ladybug is an opensource environmental plugin for parametric design environment which assists in the creation of environmentally conscious building design.
Ladybug imports standard EnergyPlus Weather files (.EPW) into Dynamo and provides a variety of 3D interactive graphics to support the decision making process during the initial stages of design. The plugin also provides further support for designers as they test their initial design options with radiation,
sunlight hour, and shading analysis. Integration with parametric modeling interfaces allow for an almost instantaneous feedback and since the plugin runs within the design environment, the information and analysis are interactive.
Ladybug, which is originally developed for Grasshopper3D, is now available for both Grasshopper3D and DynamoBIM. In this presentation Mostapha Roudsari will present the latest features of Ladybug for Dynamo including the new Ladybug cross platform Application Programming Interface (API).
Mostapha is the creator of Ladybug + Honeybee. Over the last few years, he has been dedicated to the integration of parametric environmental analysis and architectural design. He is currently works as adjunct professor of Environmental Building Design at the University of Pennsylvania.
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