All posts tagged revit

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digging through revit warnings to find meaning

This post is a shorthand version of a workshop that I was teaching recently at AEC Symposium and Hackathon that our kind folks at TT organized. I think it originally […]

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visualizing wall type usage with Mandrill

So, I wanted to give everyone a piece of practical use of Mandrill by hooking it up to Revit. What we are going to do here, is visualize Wall Types […]

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dynamo workshop at ACADIA 2016

Computational BIM in Practice Again, this year I will be co-teaching with Nate Holland a 3-day intensive workshop on Dynamo. Just like last year in Cincinnati, we will focus the […]

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next Dynamo tutorial series?

So I have been contemplating doing another tutorial series for Think Parametric. I have a few ideas, but I would really appreciate if you all could chime in and vote […]

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think parametric – accessing the power of visibility overrides

Some time ago, when I made my first video for Think Parametric, we were talking about doing another one, but this time using custom content. At the time, the idea […]

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tips & tricks for zerotouch libraries in dynamo

Default values, nulls, nullable values and other things to keep in mind: So, I wanted to make a node that would return an actual value, and not a “single node […]

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dynamo 101 course that is more than just another software tutorial

I am pleased to announce that a course (Dynamo 101 – Fundamentals) that I was working on with the team over at Think Parametric is now available. Just to give […]

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direct shape – a few words about the magical geometry object

What is Direct Shape and why is everyone talking about them? Well, its an object class that was added to Revit’s API – I think in 2015 – and if […]

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why, what and how of the extensible storage

Why? Some time ago, when I was first getting my hands dirty with Revit API, I used to go to Jeremy Tammik’s website and attempt to re-create his examples. Sometimes, […]