by Gareth Spencer
So have you ever done a bit of programming? The only bit of programming I have ever done is trying to create my own AutoLISP routes from AutoCAD and that didn’t turn out to help.
Well, this bit of kit called Dynamo, which will help do some Computational BIM, is now available to use. It’s a totally different way to create a building or structure. Ok, so what is Dynamo? Well, it allows you, as users, to create a set of rules that your project needs to be following. The building/structure gets generated out of those rules.
Dynamo is free to download and it’s also an Open Source project. To download click on the following link:http://dynamobim.org/ rather than Googling Dynamo or you will probably get the magician!