September 9, 2014

Formula-Driven Surface Boundaries in Revit Using Dynamo

The new release of Dynamo 0.7 expands the ability to create script driven forms in REVIT. Here is the tutorial Part I of my Dynamo presentation at the San Francisco Revit User Group in June 2014, showing how to build a mass surface using reference lines driven by Math formulas.  

View the Formula-Driven Surface Boundaries in Revit Using Dynamo video.

Cesar Escalante, AIA, LEED AP, CCCA
AEC Solutions Application Specialist

Cesar has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Central America in El Salvador, a Master of Architecture from the University of Texas, and is a CCCA (Certified Construction Contract Administrator). His experience includes roles as Project Manager and Project Captain at architecture firms in Oakland, California. As a member of the Ideate Tech Expert team, Cesar teaches Revit Architecture Fundamentals and provides client support and consulting. Cesar’s interest in the built environment includes his work as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.

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