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London Hackathon: Hackstreet Boys

Introduction It’s an exciting time for our industry. Whereas construction has typically lagged behind other industries in terms of technology, there is currently an amazing buzz all around computational design and BIM. Dynamo is one of the most successful and accessible programs for AEC professionals - but what exactly can you do with Dynamo?

London Hackathon: Binoculars

We are a group of complete strangers that came together for the UK Dynamo and Generative Design Hackathon and created a view extension for Dynamo that collects data from users and gives Design Practices greater business insight into the use of their computational workflows. We are the team from Binoculars (Deyan, Caoimhe, Laurence and Wayne),

Dynamo 2.0.3 Hotfix

Hello Dynamo Citizens, Today we're releasing Dynamo For Revit 2.0.3, a hot fix for those of you who are still using Revit versions 2017 - 2019. We wanted to fix some of the biggest issues with 2.0.2 so we've back ported some of the most critical fixes from Dynamo 2.1. This release includes: A fix to a nasty bug that crashed Dynam

Dynamo Studio Security Updates

Hi Dynamo community:   Some updates about Dynamo Studio and network security: To align with industry best practices for security and data integrity, Autodesk Identity Services will move to Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 and stop supporting TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 on August 3, 2019. The Dynamo PackageManager will follow suit, and al

DynaMaps

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