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Think Big: Geometry with Lots of Zeros

Are you making buildings in millimeters?  Tired of seeing your Revit geometry fail once it is brought into Dynamo? Surprised at seeing that intersection point missing or failing to find that projection curve while working on a large landscape? Guess what, we have good news! In Dynamo 1.3 you can now create geometry and perform geometric operations

Dynamo 1.3 Release

Hello Dynamo fans It's been a bit longer than usual, but we're happy to announce the latest release of Dynamo.  There's a longish list of what's new in this incremental release, so grab a cup coffee and settle in for a read.   Dynamo Core Functionality Geometry Working Range For folks who have had trouble with geometric operati

AEC Hackathon is coming to Germany!

AEC Hackathon is coming to Germany! Come and join the leading Hackathon of the Built Environment! The AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) Hackathon is a weekend of geeking at its finest. It gives those designing, building and maintaining our built environment, the opportunity to engage, collaborate and interact on multiple as

Learning from Autodesk University 2016

  Have you settled back into the New Year?  Have you already broken some resolutions about working smarter not harder?  Are you looking for a little diversion as you wolf down your sandwich sitting at your desk?  Have no fear, the glamor and excess of Vegas-style design computation is right at your fingertips! Every year, of t

Autodesk University 2016 Generative Design Pavilion

The base and pillars of the generativedesign pavilion are robotically carved Indiana limestone while the canopy is built from a light-weight CNC knitted textile fabric.   The Generative Design Pavilion, unveiled at Autodesk University 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, showcased novel workflows in computational design and fabrication