In my last post I briefly introduced the basics of Dynamo and visual programming, and shared some video resources. In this post I will conclude the discussion by sharing some my thoughts about the practical uses of Dynamo
Design is both art and science – this is especially true at this time when Building Information Modelling (BIM) is changing the AEC industry’s paradigm of how buildings are planned, analyzed, created and managed. Computational methods give designers the ability to automate many of the design tasks, generate parametric geometries and parse the design model to perform various engineering analysis. Well, as promising as it sounds, I understand it can be very challenging and probably scary for designers to write all the codes/scripts to develop the computational methods. In this blog, let’s take a look at how to develop “easy” and “graphical” scripting for computational design using Dynamo.