- [William Carney] Many of the techniques in this course…are applicable outside of uses for interior design.…Dynamo allows us to connect information…from one Revit element and apply it to another.…This connection of information creates an opportunity…for seemingly limitless applications.…In this case we made floors for areas…that can be rendered and viewed in other programs,…creating an interactive display of information.…I hope you found the information in this course useful…to help you with your work for interior design.…I'd like to thank you for taking the time…to learn through this course.…If you have any questions or want to provide feedback,…feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.…
There are several other courses in our library…for interior design and Dynamo.…I encourage you to check out Brian Myers's…Revit for Interior Architecture…to see some basic techniques in Revit…that can help with interior design.…Good luck as you continue to learn Dynamo.…Dynamo is a challenging but fun program…with seemingly limitless applications.…
- Finding curves and points in Dynamo
- Creating a list for organizing elements
- Modeling walls and floors
- Working with multiple rooms
- Creating a graphic finish legend
- Creating a material take-off
- Creating graphic overrides
- Updating room parameters
- Creating a floor type from a room parameter
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Dynamo Concepts
2. Workflows: Model Finishes from Room Finish Schedules
3. Workflows: Finish Legends
4. Workflows: Synchronize the Room Finish Schedule
5. Taking It Further
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