Tuesday, June 20, 2017

SFDUG July Meeting | Flux

On Wednesday, July 12th at 6:00pm SFDUG welcomes team Flux on discussion about their new features and functions.

Educational Module: Reanimation Package
The reanimation package by Travis Williams is a small hidden jewel of powerful features. Join Cesar Escalante on a discussion of practical applications using this set of tools.

Featured Presentation: What's up with Flux? Extend your computational design workflows with flawless data exchange.
Who said the AEC industry wasn't innovative? Come and learn about exciting development from Flux, a company focused on developing data infrastructure for the tomorrow's built environment. Take your models and data to the next level using an integrated approach. You'll get to meet some of Flux's team members, view live demos and real-life use cased applicable to your day-to-day.

Speaker's Bios:
Thomas Trinelle is an Application Engineer at Flux, a San Francisco based company focused on developing data infrastructure for tomorrow's built environment. After a Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics focused in Finite Element Modeling applications from Ecole Polytechnique, Thomas joined Stanford University for a graduate program in Civil and Environmental Engineering where he focused on applying digital tools & data-driven practices in the built environment leveraging optimization and machine learning algorithms. At Flux, Thomas works to bridge the gap between technology and building design within the AEC space. Inspired by the AEC industry, he is passionate about finding ways to push technology to revolutionize building-making. Working closely with clients & industry partners.

Attending in person? Registration is required to gain access to AIA San Francisco. Click here for the Eventbrite registration. Registration closes at 11:00am on the day of the event, no exceptions.

Attending online via GoToWebinar? Click here to register for the Go to Webinar link prior to the meeting. Once you are approved by the host, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the session. For assistance, you can contact Cesar Escalante at: cesar.escalante@hok.com

Food courtesy of Ideate Inc.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

SFDUG June Recording

We saw a great turnout for our June SFDUG meeting! We will now be to hosting our meetings at the AIA San Francisco, and this was our very first meeting at this new location.  In spite of our audio problems, we had a great presentation by Brian Ringley and Pardis Mirmelak, from Wood Bagot's Design Technology team.  

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

DesignScript Workshop Announced!!

The advent of Dynamo as a Visual Programming tool has re-ignited the interest in DesignScript, a text-based programming language used within Dynamo. This class is structured to enable students thru the fundamentals of DesignScript using practical examples and simple applications.

In this class you will learn:
- Learn the language basics of Design Script for Dynamo
- Understand how to build geometry primitives
- Manage, sort and manipulate list data
- Create simple custom functions
- Learn how to translate and manipulate geometry
- Understand the concept of Looping
- Learn how to use Replication guides
- Build Ranked and Jagged Collections

Enrico Chionna
Arman Hadilou
Cesar Escalante

Dates:  Saturday July 22nd, 9:00-4:00pm, at the HOK San Francisco, 1 Bush St, 2nd Floor.
Donation: $30

Bring your own laptop + power cord with Revit 2017 and Dynamo 1.3 installed.  

To register, click here
Registration is limited to 20 people.  Email sfdug.coordinator@gmail.com to be placed in a waiting list should the tickets sold-out.