Dynamo Core 3.1 Release
Dynamo BIM Blog
by Helena Wahlstrom
3w ago
Hello, Dynamo friends! In this post, we’ll dive into the top features from our latest release, version 3.1. Alongside a delectable selection of new and improved features, this release includes several bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements. Read on to learn all about what Dynamo 3.1 has in store. If you’d like to experience the new version first-hand, head over to dynamobuilds.com to download it now. We value your feedback and would love to hear your thoughts on our forum. TL:DR This release brings you new workspace templates, paneling nodes in experimental mode, and T-spline nodes out of ..read more
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Protected: A Conceptual Approach to Integrating Computational Methods in Early Stage Design
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by Sol Amour
2M ago
This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: The post Protected: A Conceptual Approach to Integrating Computational Methods in Early Stage Design appeared first on Dynamo BIM ..read more
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Dynamo Core 3.0.3 Release
Dynamo BIM Blog
by Helena Wahlstrom
3M ago
Hello, Dynamites, and welcome to Dynamo’s next chapter with release 3.0.3! This is the first major release since Dynamo 2.0 way back in 2018 (has it really been six years?). Below, we’ll go into more detail on what precipitated this change and what it means for users, along with a link to a blog post with the full scoop. To celebrate this milestone, we’ve added a stunning new splash screen image that depicts mountains reminiscent of lunar landscapes, generated with a NurbsCurve surface and colorized with a gradient. As a sneak preview, it’s also this blog post’s featured image. In this post, w ..read more
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Dynamo on .NET 8
Dynamo BIM Blog
by Tiberiu Pinzariu
3M ago
Dynamo is migrating to .NET 8 We are happy to announce that Dynamo 3.0 will run on top of the .NET 8 framework. Dynamo is taking this important step to keep up to date with the major evolution of the .NET. .NET represents the unified successor of the various .NET frameworks and platforms: .NET Framework, .NET Standard, .NET Core, and Mono. In contrast to the old .NET 4.8 technology, .NET 8 is a more modern, cross-platform, and open-source framework. Along with Dynamo, most of Autodesk AEC products (Revit 2025, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, etc.) will migrate to .NET 8 as well. The transition to ..read more
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The Red Sea International Airport Project: Pioneering BIM Efficiency
Dynamo BIM Blog
by Karam Baki
4M ago
The Project Red Sea International Airport began construction in 2021, 15 kilometers inland from the coast of the Red Sea. The Red Sea International Airport It is being designed by Foster + Partners in collaboration with architecture studio Jacobs as a gateway to the wider development. Its curved form and plan are intended to emulate the desert landscape and will be characterized by five dune-like pods arranged around a central drop-off and pick-up space. Introduction In the rapidly progressing world of architectural workflows, the quest for innovation is relentless. This ..read more
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Adding protection to motorcycles with Dynamo
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by Rainer Trummer
4M ago
Introduction For over 30 years, KISKA has designed the brand and motorcycle portfolio for KTM Sports Motorcycles. Nowadays, this task includes KTM, Husqvarna and GASGAS. A few years ago, a trend started to emerge on the market to generate interest in new products by adding parametric pattern elements on certain areas. This idea generated a controversial internal debate for a while, as the KTM Brand (as well as KISKA as an agency) believes in honest and performance-driven design solutions – and a no-nonsense approach. We didn’t want to add patterns just for the sake of them. There had to be a ..read more
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The Al-Wasel Tower Saga, Part 1 – From Design to BIM
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by Karam Baki
6M ago
The Al-Wasel Saga, Part 1 – From Design to BIM Introduction: Al-Wasel Tower is not just an architectural and artistic triumph. It’s also a testament to Dubai’s commitment to technological innovation in the construction industry. Specifically, the project is a shining example of the city’s adoption of Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology. This state-of-the-art approach to building design and management has become a mandatory requirement for certain types of buildings in Dubai, marking a significant step forward in the city’s vision for sustainable and efficient construction. Al-Wasel ..read more
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Dynamo Daily Builds and .NET6/8
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by Sol Amour
7M ago
Hello early Dynamo adopters, Using Dynamo’s Dynamo Builds (Work in progress builds that are not complete, but showcase work in progress features and updates) you may have started running into a new issue shown below – namely missing the NET6 or NET8 runtime. Error message when lacking .NET runtime If you have experienced this error, then you’ll need to either install the NET6 Runtime or the NET8 runtime pending the particular build of Dynamo that you are looking to use. In the short term we are parallel building NET6 and NET8 builds, so there isn’t a simple way to understand which one target ..read more
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Dynamo in Forma
Dynamo BIM Blog
by Helena Wahlstrom
7M ago
Dynamo Player beta in Forma now available!  Introducing Dynamo Player in Forma, the highly anticipated beta extension that empowers architects, urban designers, and real estate developers with design automation capabilities. Dynamo Player in Forma allows users to streamline their workflows and make informed decisions in the early stages of urban development projects. In this blog post, we will explore the key advantages of using Dynamo Player beta with Forma and walk you through the installation process. While this is an early effort with a developing set of functionalities, we hope you j ..read more
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Machine Learning in Dynamo
Dynamo BIM Blog
by Durmus Cesur
8M ago
Summary With advancing technology, we see the widespread use of Machine Learning in almost all industries. But can a vector-based numerical design program work with ML? The answer to this question is a definite “Yes, it can.” The “Shapely geometry” package not only allows users to manipulate 2D geometries but also integrates seamlessly with ML. In other words, the “Shapely” package comes equipped with ML capabilities, making it more functional and significantly expanding its processing capacity. But how does Shapely do that with ML? In order to work with ML, you do need Numpy. Unfortunately, y ..read more
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