SFDUG November 2015 Meeting: Dynamo for Architectural & Structural Projects

On Wednesday, November 11th at Noon, SFDUG welcomes Håvard Vasshaug as our featured virtual speaker. Håvard will present a chronological recap of his projects using Dynamo, starting with the first Random node and finishing with his recent works on reinforcement of complex geometries in subterranean hydroelectric concrete structures and a double curved facade in Paris.Håvard serves as Design … Continue reading SFDUG November 2015 Meeting: Dynamo for Architectural & Structural Projects

SFDUG Oct 2015 Meeting Recording: Getting Navis Dynaworking!

Colin McCrone and Adam Sheather delivered a superb presentation on using Dynamo to manage Navisworks data.  Check out the full recording below: This presentation is an overview of DynaWorks, a custom Dynamo package for Navisworks developed by Adam Sheather. The first part of the session will cover opening/closing files, appending, automated tests and publishing. The … Continue reading SFDUG Oct 2015 Meeting Recording: Getting Navis Dynaworking!

SFDUG No. 3: Getting Navis Dynaworking!

San Francisco Dynamo User Group - October 2015 SFDUG Announced!Registration via Eventbrite required if attending in personGetting Navis DynaWorking!   Introduction for Dynamo Use with NavisWorksSpeakers:Colin McCrone – Learning ModuleAdam Sheather – Featured SpeakerDate: Wednesday October 14th, 2015Time: 6:00pm-8:30pmPlace: HOK San Francisco, 1 Bush Street #200This presentation is an overview of DynaWorks, a custom Dynamo package … Continue reading SFDUG No. 3: Getting Navis Dynaworking!

September SFDUG Meeting Posted On-Line

Optimo is an open-source, multi-objective optimization package developed to parametrically interact with Autodesk Revit for BIM-based optimization. In this session, we will talk about multi-objective optimization as a concept, and will show how to setup Optimo in Dynamo to help achieve a design goal. Check out our September 2015 meeting recording below. Speakers:Glenn Katz,  Lecturer … Continue reading September SFDUG Meeting Posted On-Line