Having fun with Programming and BIM


Fun Stuff

A Splash of Colour…

Maths revision can get pretty boring after a few hours, so I decided to have a little fun looking at View Extensions again. I've recently been learning all about WPF and MVVM - which is something like magic at first,... Continue Reading →

Animate Phases with Dynamo…

So, I made a script many years ago when first learning Dynamo Zero-Touch Nodes to animate Revit via Dynamo. The problem I found was, unlike Grasshopper, where you can create a counter node relatively easily, in Dynamo there was no... Continue Reading →

Dynamo View Extensions

After a very long time, I have decided to make time to write something other than equations, emails and excel schedules. Between work and uni, it's been near on impossible to set aside an afternoon for a blog post, but... Continue Reading →

Get your Clipboard ready…

First of all Happy Easter to all! After a week of sunshine which I think may have been our summer we are back to autumn in Mordor where blue skies are a long forgotten memory and leaving the house is... Continue Reading →

Getting the 3dsMax out of Dynamo…

After a few tough weeks with project deadlines, studying mathematics, going to Birthday gigs and Dynosnores (Adult sleep over at the National History Museum London - I highly recommend it) eating all my time, I thought I'd unwind on this thankfully... Continue Reading →

Seeing double…With Dynameow

A little earlier this year I was looking into Autodesk's Stingray Gaming Engine. I have to say it is very nice indeed, I like it a lot. I personally prefer Unity, there are a few reasons why.. Unity has a... Continue Reading →

Script that runs like Clockwork…

It was a cold and rainy night in January, the wind was lashing rain hard against my windows in relentless sheets and naught on TV (as usual), with outdoor activities definitely out the question (as it was cold enough to make even... Continue Reading →

Getting My Hands Dirty In Dynamo With Leap Motion Orion SDK

As part of my company Dyamo Hackathon I wanted to show something unique so decided to get my hands dirty with the Leap Motion SDK and Dynamo. I wrote some custom nodes for Dynamo using Visual Studio pulling in the... Continue Reading →

Deck the Halls…with Dynamo

It's that time of year again where we get to eat unlimited mince pies, watch repeats of old Christmas Classics and listen to cheesy Christmas music. It's also a time of year to give to others so thought I would... Continue Reading →

Website Powered by

Up ↑