In this video, study the different design criteria that impact a study, including goals, constraints, constants, and variables. Design criteria define how a study can execute based on what you are trying to achieve.
- [Instructor] Each Generative Design … study has its unique design criteria. … And this depends on the problem … that the study is attempting to solve … and the type of method that's selected. … So let's take a closer look at the design criteria … for the workplace study that we created … in a previous lesson. … As we learned in the last lesson, … each different study method type has its unique set … of inputs, which define how the study will run. … These are made up of and can include selections, … variables, goals, constraints, and constants. … Selections are items that need to be selected … from within Revit for the study to run. … In this example, we require a room … and a desk family instance, … which is displayed here in the select box. … As we can see, neither of these have been selected yet, … as there are these two yellow warning symbols. … So let's go ahead and fix that … by first hitting the select button … and selecting a room. … For this example, let's select the lecture room. …
- What is generative design?
- Loading and running a generative design study in Revit
- Reviewing outcomes
- Refining variables
- Generating studies in Dynamo
- Specifying inputs and outputs
- Exporting studies
- Importing Dynamo-generated studies into Revit