The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Apr. 16th – Apr. 22nd, 2017.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off letting you know that you know submissions are open for AU2017, learn more in this post from AU Blog.
AU Las Vegas 2017 Call for Proposals is Open
You can also find out how to impress the AU selection panel over at the AU Blog.
AU Las Vegas CFP: How to Impress the Panel
If you have been wondering what Project Fractal is, then check out this video from the Dynamaniacs of Calgary.
DoC Event #2: Project Fractal with Anthony Hauck
This next post is very true, Generative Design is coming, and coming fast. (It’s Alive in the Lab)
Generative Design: It’s not just for breakfast anymore
This is a great add-in for Revit that Troy compiles every year, head over to the Revit Coaster and get it now.
Revit Lookup 2018
Like most weeks it was a busy one over at the RTC New Blog, with all the news from the world of BILT.
Reality Changes… You’ve Got To Keep Up
Registration Is Coming!
BILT ANZ Announces AIQS Support
Committee Confessions Chapter Seven: In Which BIM Saves The Planet!
The Coming Of Rexter
Like the folks at the RTC Blog, Dan was also busy this week on his blog BIM Chapters.
RSMeans; A lost Revit feature
Revit Scale Command: Its origin and limitations
Life of an Architect’s Playhouse Competition; My Submission
Autodesk Insight 360 – Walls; Part 1
Autodesk Insight 360 – Walls; Part 2
ElumTools Presentation today for the University of Northern Iowa
Before I talk about the Podcasts this week, check out this post from Bill Debevc on LinkedIn about why he started BIMThoughts.
Now for this week’s AEC/BIM Podcasts.
E75 AVAIL WITH RANDALL STEVENS (BIMThoughts)
27: Improve Every Area of Your Life with this One Method – Improvement Kata (Constructrr)
E 64 Creating Software for Construction with Ralph Gootee (ConTechTrio)
30 – ATTIN/ATTOUT (podCADing)
Episode 60 – Your job will be automated in the future (The Architech Show)
AEC CONFERENCE EDITION – EP006 – AUTODESK UNIVERSITY ABSTRACTS AND HOW TO INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING SELECTED (The Simply Complex Podcast)
Don’t let the title fool you this post from Shades of Grey is about Flux.
For all last week’s news on Revit Add-ons.
The Week that was in Revit Add-ons for April 10-16, 2017
Sometimes it’s just good to get nominated, check out this post from sixtysecondrevit.
Thoughts on the DynAwards
Here are this week’s posts from Dynamo Nodes.
DuplicateSheets | Bimorph Nodes
ReportCADLinks| Bimorph Nodes
SetCADObjectStyles| Bimorph Nodes
This is a good post, but a better title! (NBS)
Wooden ‘plyscrapers’ – the rise and rise of tall timber buildings
BIM is not always sunshine and lollipops, so be sure you know the risks. (XS CAD)
Technical and Contractual Risks Associated with BIM
Some fun with Dynamo and Topo in this post from BIM Outsourcing Blog.
How To Use Dynamo Revit To Create A Helix Ramp With Topography
More from BIM Outsourcing Blog.
Perform Realtime Rendering For Revit With Enscape
Enscape For Revit 1.9 Is Just Launched
A couple of helpful posts from What Revit Wants this week, one for interoperability and one about shared, shared parameters.
Collaborative Effort to Build Standard Shared Parameters for Revit
BIM Interoperability Tools for Revit 2018 – Model Checker, Configurator, CoBIE, Insight 360
Steve over at Revit OpEd also had a couple of good posts this week.
Panel Name – Allow Unique Values per Group
Autodesk Desktop App Up but Mostly Down
Limits we don’t need no stinking limits… (Andekan)
The Limits of Revit System Connectors
Now you see them, now you kinda don’t, find out more in this post from The Architect’s Digital Design Guide.
The One About Tran-soo-lents.
It is that time of year…new 2018 products from Autodesk. (AECbytes Blog)
Autodesk 2018 AEC Design Solutions
In case you missed it, The Revit Saver has you covered.
Revit 2018 Extensions Available!
And I almost forgot (thanks for the reminder Ryan) that this week was the first every Dynamo Block Party. put together by Ryan Cameron.
Dynamo User Group Block Party
I will end this week’s Roundup with this funny, and all too true comic from Architexts
Awkward Moment III
Until Next Week,
LinkedIn: Carl Storms
Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast