The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff – for the week of Aug. 29th – Sept. 5th, 2015.
I will start this week’s Roundup off with info about the latest release of Dynamo 0.8.2 from the Dynamo Blog.
Here is a tutorial for Revit about creating a diagrid catenoid structure, from Parametric Monkey.
Time for another Tutorial, this time about Mullions in Revit form the Revit Kid.
This next post is part 1 of what should be an interesting series about budget Revit families, learn more over at BIM BOOM BAM.
The ConAppGuru has post the 2nd part of his post about his Top post in August.
Line-Based Families anyone? Check this post in the AUGI Library.
So do you know what Occlusion Culling is (I didn’t either), well check out this post from Inside the Factory to learn about it and how it works in Revit Sunrise.
This is pretty cool stuff if you are into MEP, Revit and Duct Fitting Calculations. (What Revit Wants)
More from What Revit Wants, and it’s even keeping with the RME theme.
Here are a couple more post from What Revit Wants (another busy week).
All that was, and will be this week in the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
Be sure to check out this weeks podcast from Designalyze, featuring Phil Anzalone.
Here are this weeks offerings from Revit OpEd, be sure the check them all out.
Revit Schmevit (this is a good rant about leaving the CAD for the BIM side of life)
If you’re busy and you know it clap your hands…….wait you are likely to busy to do that……well then just read this from ArchSmarter.
The latest issue of AUGIWorld is now out, check out the Annual Salary survey is out.
Lets see what the cat, or RevitCat dragged in this week……..here’s a hint Revit Stair Stuff.
Here are a couple of posts from Microsol Resources Blog about updating your Autodesk ID.
If you look after your company’s Autodesk Licenses then this might be big news for you, from Autodesk.
Autodesk Details Next Phase of Subscription Transition (means no more perpetual licences after July 31st 2016)
Dynamo and Oslo, who knew they went together so well, find out more over at AEC, you and me.
Now for some detail work (or levels of Detail work) in Revit from the folks over at Applying Technology to Architecture.
Here are this weeks gatherings from the guru, the ConAppGuru that is.
More new info on what’s available inside Revit Sunrise, from Inside the Factory.
Some exciting news about what from the FormIt 360 blog about new things coming in the near future and some great RTCNA re-broadcasts.
If you have IMAGINiT’s Revit utilities (or are think about getting them) her are the new tools for 2016 (IMAGINiT Support Blog).
Now for some Dyanmo love, the kind of love that can help with Revit sheet revisions, from arCHI-lab.
I will end this weeks Roundup with a couple great Dynamo post from sixtysecondrevit.