When starting a new project, the first thing to look for is usually a fair representation of the project's environment. There are many ways to do so already but they all require using external sources and export/import of information before you have them in your authoring tool. The late Flux.io (RIP) offered a "site extractor" tool that offered a
Are you the local Dynamo expert? Will you be attending Autodesk University 2019? Do you have an interesting Dynamo project or story you want to share? If you answered yes to all of those questions, you could be one of the featured presenters at our annual Dynamo user event! The event team is actively seeking a group of users from our community to g
This project originated at the UK Dynamo User Group’s Dynamo + Generative Design Hackathon 2019 held in London. Our team (Bogdan, Wiktor and Thomas) had not previously met and after exchanging a few ideas we decided to work on an idea we called “Stealthy Roofscapes”.
Space for development in cities like London is limited and there i
Hello World of Dynamo!
Today marks the release of Dynamo Core 2.1 and a changing of the landscape around how Core is both delivered and used.
Library search improvements (accuracy and speed), IronPython install changes and Dictionary interoperability, package node migration for Dynamo 2.0+ graphs, bug fix to library UI start-up crash
Now in its eighth year, the AEC Excellence Awards competition—co-sponsored by Autodesk, Construction Dive, SmartCities Dive, and Informed Infrastructure —is an incredible way to honor the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry and the ingenuity of the professionals who are stretching the limits of what is possible in AEC.