Visualize Dynamo Data in Revit




September 14, 2017

This webinar will cover several techniques for applying data visualization to Revit views for presentation, including: 

  • applying color fills to Revit elements (i.e. curtain panel units colored by their uniqueness to identify potentially expensive atypical conditions), 
  • colored gradients on Revit faces based on analysis data (a floor plan showing average indoor temperature sensor readings), 
  • color-coded vectors (windows or curtain panels displaying their orientation, colored based on how much it differs from a desired direction) 

Date & Time: Thu, Sep 14, 2017; 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM PDT

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About the Presenter: 

Ian Siegel is fascinated by technology and has a passion for improving the process of architectural design. As a Building Information Modeling (BIM) practice specialist for Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in New York City, he works closely with teams of designers to develop custom tools and workflows that enable them to design freely, document efficiently, and coordinate effectively. Siegel began exploring the Dynamo extension as a way to automate aspects of his design and documentation work in Revit software, and now he enjoys sharing timesaving techniques with others in the industry who are looking to do the same.


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