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Marcello Sgambelluri

AB6545-L: Dynamo for Dummies: An Intro to Dynamo and How It Interacts with Revit

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn the answer to the question: What is the Dynamo extension?
  • Learn how to program using visual programming
  • Learn practical uses of dynamo
  • Learn how to use the Dynamo extension in your everyday Revit software workflows

Description

Description

Have you ever heard of the Dynamo visual programming language extension in Revit software and wanted to know what it was all about? The Dynamo extension is not just for tower twisters and super-advanced programmers—the Dynamo extension is for every Revit user. The Dynamo extension uses a visual programming language, but it is an easy language to understand. In this lab attendees will get very gradual doses of the Dynamo extension and its programming environment so they gain the skills to make the Dynamo extension work in their everyday workflows with Revit software. No programming experience or complex modeling experience needed to attend this lab. You only need a little Revit experience.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Any Revit users who want to learn about Dynamo and extend the functionality of Revit

Speakers

Speakers

Marcello Sgambelluri

Marcello Sgambelluri is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) director at John A. Martin & Associates, Inc., in Los Angeles, California. Marcello is heavily devoted to helping advance the use and knowledge of BIM Solutions within the architecture, engineering, and construction community. He is well known for modeling elements and creating workflows that others did think not possible. He also frequently presents at Autodesk University, where attendees voted him the top-rated speaker for 2 years in a row. He has worked on many well-known projects in the past, including the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California; the Ray and Maria Stata Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and the Tom Bradley International Terminal Expansion at Los Angeles International Airport. Marcello received BS and MS degrees in civil engineering, and he is a licensed civil and structural engineer. He may be reached via email: marcellojs@hotmail.com; via Twitter: @marcellosgamb; or via his blog sites: www.therevitcomplex.blogspot.com and www.simplydynamo.blogspot.com.

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Tags

Published

  • 2014
  • AB6545-L
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Structural Engineers, Revit for Architects

Industries

  • Architecture
  • Construction and Utilities

Topics

  • Architecture