Dynamo for Vasari Build parametric functionality on top of Vasari with a graphical user interface. Autodesk has extended the open source effort of Ian Keough by adding some additional nodes and packaging it in an installer for Vasari to make it easier to get up and running. The download also includes some sample workflows. // Download // Wiki help
More from Wiki help below: Autodesk has extended the open source effort by adding some additional nodes and packaged it in an installer for Vasari to make it easier to get up and running. We have also provided some sample workflows which you can find below…
This previous post on using a Microsoft Kinect in Revit generated quite a bit of interest. Do you want to get more involved with Dynamo? Quote:
… go to the Dynamo site on gitHub, download the source or the executeables and open an issue if there’s a feature you’d like to see implemented. I’m in the process of putting together a tutorial for how to create your own nodes. In the meantime, if you’re a developer and you want to take a crack at coding your own components for Dynamo drop me an email, and I’d be happy to help you get up and running.
From the gitHub page: Dynamo: Visual Programming for Revit This project was started by Ian Keough. The intent of this project is to provide a code playground for building interesting parametric functionality on top of that already offered by Revit, and to do so with a graphical interface that allows you to share your work with others less inclined to write code themselves.