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Nathan Miller

AS10712: The Great Dynamo Dig—Mining Your Revit Model with Computation—Take 2

(Duration 01:03:45)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to use Dynamo for Revit data mining
  • Learn how to extract element parameters and geometry from Revit
  • Learn how to format Revit software data for use by other applications
  • Learn how to connect the Dynamo extension to relational databases

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

As a sequel to last year's Great Dynamo Dig, this class will demonstrate new concepts that will help you creatively capitalize on your Revit software data with the Dynamo visual programming language extension. Dynamo extension enables users with powerful data-mining capabilities through a graphical user interface. These capabilities, once only available to Revit software’s API experts, have made it easier to get to your Revit software data, to manipulate it, and to stream it to many external sources. The class will introduce key concepts for accessing, formatting, and sharing Revit software model data using Dynamo extension and packages such as LunchBox and Slingshot.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Building designers, builders, owners, & operators wanting to mine their Revit assets and leverage information with Dynamo.

Speakers

Speakers

Nathan Miller

Nathan Miller is an associate partner and director of implementation at CASE. He is responsible for overseeing services that help businesses implement new technologies. His expertise in 3D modeling programs and his fluency in several scripting and programming languages provides leading solutions and capabilities for significant AECO (architecture/engineering/construction/owner) clients. Prior to joining CASE, Nate held the position of associate architectural designer and lead computational designer at NBBJ, where he focused on the development and implementation of computational design systems for generative design concepts, production efficiency, and building performance. Nate earned his master’s of architecture from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and he has been a frequent contributor of lectures, articles, and white papers for research venues such as the Association for Computer-aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA), the ASCA, and the annual University of Southern California (USC) BIM Symposium.

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • AS10712
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Architects
  • Dynamo
  • Revit for Construction

Industries

  • Architecture Services
  • Buildings

Topics

  • BIM (Building Information Modeling)
  • Building Owners & Operators