Recently, I have been working on quite a few Generative Design workflows. The most recent is a camera placement graph that optimizes for orientation. That is viewable in this post on the Dynamo blog here, Informing A/V Layout with Generative Design. While building that graph,… Read More »The Most Underrated Feature in Dynamo – Run Preview
Have you ever wondered which method of creating a Dynamo graph is faster? Is it out of the box (OOTB), Python, or ZeroTouch? Well, this came up recently on a RevitKid Livestream with Marcello, so I thought it would be cool to test. Check out the… Read More »Dynamo Node Race – OOTB vs Python vs ZeroTouch
I realized that Monocle’s features are scattered between a few videos, tweets, and posts. So I figured it was time for a properly updated “monocle overview”. If you are a monocle user check out the video below to learn all the features! Also, as a… Read More »monocle – full feature overview!
This one is kind of fun and comes up pretty often. Essentially we are running “Clash detection in Revit” to figure out how close things are to one another. Check out the video below.
I recently shared an image of my desk setup on twitter in response to a tweet from Deity microphones. Shortly after this post, a few folks commented on ultrawide monitors and recorded tutorials in usable resolutions. As you may know, I record a lot of… Read More »How to Record Revit Tutorials on an Ultrawide Monitor
If you use Dynamo player, you have more than likely seen the “Run Completed with Errors” warning in the UI. Sometimes this is helpful, but more often than not there are a few warnings that can be ignored. If you have a graph that has… Read More »How to Suppress Run Completed with Errors in Dynamo Player
Recently I shared this GIF on Twitter regarding string manipulation nodes in Dynamo. This made me realize I have not really broadcasted the nodes available in Core versions of Dynamo in Rhythm. They all deal with string manipulation and they are pretty neato. Check out… Read More »String Manipulation in Dynamo with Rhythm – aka StringyStrings
Here is a question for Dynamo that comes up time and time again. The question often is: How do I modify XX amount of family files opened in the background with [insert package name here] ? – Dynamo User Unfortunately, the general reply is: Sorry,… Read More »Family Document Nodes and Batching Workflows for Dynamo!
Dynamo 2.12 is out now with Revit 2022.1 and it comes with all sorts of cool features. One of them is, serialized properties in your Dynamo graph! Check out this video below for an overview:
As you may or may not know, Dynamo is bundled with Revit nowadays. This has been the case since Revit 2020 as illustrated on this chart, Dynamo Primer – The Revit Connection This is great because deploying Dynamo is far easier than it used to… Read More »Dynamo 2.12- Now Included with Revit 2022.1!