Computational Geometry: Model / Physical types​ with Dynamo

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After exploring Abstract geometry types in depth, come learn all about Model geometry types in Dynamo with Jacob Small and Sol Amour. We’ll dive into all of the physical aspects of geometry, such as points, curves and surfaces, exploring how the function, what their relationships are and how to best work with them. We will explore an architectural façade case study, comprised of slatted pieces of timber and colored in funky ways.  




Find the full playlist for this series here.


Join us for the next session on May 6.


This session will be also be supported by Shaan Hurley from the Autodesk Community Team as part of Community Conversations - live, virtual events designed to allow you to gain expertise, connect with leaders and grow your community network. 


Use the comments area below to ask the presenter or organizers a question before the event begins - or continue sharing afterward.  



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  • Thursday, April 22, 2021
  • 10:00 AM PDT
  • English (US)
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Kate Merriman
Program Manager

Hello all - As promised, attached is the Dynamo graph shown of the "Slatted Facade" with fixed vectorization. Go have fun with it! 🙌



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I'm very interested in your next session on May 6th.



Welcome to the community!  And to the Dynamo Office Hours sessions!


I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the session in which you are replying here is from 2021, as is the May 6 session mentioned.  The good news is that the recording of the May 6, 2021, session is available on YouTube.

David Koch
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