If you hang out on the Dynamo forum, you have probably seen a few comments from me regarding Rhythm availability. The original forum post is here: https://forum.dynamobim.com/t/rhythm-for-dynamo-availability-question-for-the-community/92707/1 TLDR: Rhythm was becoming difficult to maintain across Revit versions, so I needed to figure it out or… Read More »Rhythm for Dynamo Updates
While preparing for a Dynamo presentation, I typically spend a lot of time diving into Dynamo’s source code, release notes, and blog posts. For this year, there have been quite a few changes. This includes visual changes, bug fixes, and regressions. One of the most… Read More »Can’t Open a Dynamo Graph? Here’s one reason why.
Dynamo player has gotten better and better over the years. This year (with the Revit 2023 release), is probably the most improvement it has seen in a while! However, one thing that has been in Dynamo player for quite a while is the ability to… Read More »Better Dynamo Player Outputs with String Formatting
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
This question comes up fairly often, especially if you are new to Dynamo. True story, this was actually one of my own first questions on the Dynamo forum as I was setting the arrowhead type for text notes in Revit. While working with instance and… Read More »Working with Revit Type and Instance Parameters in Dynamo
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!