15.08.2018 – Happy Birthday SFCDUG

Post originally authored for the blog of Strategie Digitali on August, 24th 2018.   On August 15th, 2018 the San Francisco Dynamo User Group (now San Francisco Computational Design User Group, in an effort to broaden their already wide horizons) celebrated its third birthday. We had the honor of being their guest speaker and we […]

Post originally authored for the blog of Strategie Digitali on August, 24th 2018.

 

On August 15th, 2018 the San Francisco Dynamo User Group (now San Francisco Computational Design User Group, in an effort to broaden their already wide horizons) celebrated its third birthday. We had the honor of being their guest speaker and we presented a variation of our talk around Greek Philosophy, parametric design, Revit Adaptive Components and how Dynamo is involved in all of this. Before us, Ryan Cameron and John Pierson gave us a hard time delivering a speech that made sense (as someone said at the Tony Awards quite some time ago, “That’s the definition of a tough act to follow”). Here‘s the recording of what they show. Below, the video of what we did.

Also, I promised to share the slides and the dataset, so here they are. As you can see, we had more material than we had time to show. As usual, I might add. […]

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The dataset is downloadable here. You’ll find the Revit Model and the two scripts we had time to show, meaning the two ways to unwrap and document panels. […]

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