Dear Dynamites, SFDUG is taking a break on the month of November. Most of the committee members are attending Autodesk University 2017, both as speakers and attendees. If you plan to attend this year, meet and mingle with us at the AU DynaNight party! See you all there!10pm – 12amWednesday, November 15, 2017CañonitaThe Venetian3355 S … Continue reading SFDUG | Nov is break time!
On Wednesday September 20th, at 6:00pm, SDFUG welcomes team SOM on a discussion about Python for Dynamo.**Note that the venue for Sept meeting is HOK San Francisco, 1 Bush St 2nd Floor**Join Danny Bentley and Dennis Eldridge for an introduction to the Python programming language with Dynamo. Python is a versatile language that can be used to … Continue reading SFDUG Sept 2017 | Beginner’s Guide to Python for Dynamo
On Tuesday August 29th, at 6:00pm SFDUG is proud to celebrate its 2nd Year Anniversary with two fantastic presentations. This month meeting will be hosted at the AIA San Francisco, 130 Sutter St 6th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104.Featured Presentation: Computational Design Increases Value to Project Managers & Designers | How to gain Buy-InRyan Cameron, … Continue reading SFDUG 2nd Anniversary | Dynamo Implementation + Dynamo in Construction
On Wednesday, July 12th at 6:00pm SFDUG welcomes team Flux on discussion about their new features and functions.Educational Module: Reanimation PackageThe reanimation package by Travis Williams is a small hidden jewel of powerful features. Join Cesar Escalante on a discussion of practical applications using this set of tools.Featured Presentation: What's up with Flux? Extend your computational … Continue reading SFDUG July Meeting | Flux
We saw a great turnout for our June SFDUG meeting! We will now be to hosting our meetings at the AIA San Francisco, and this was our very first meeting at this new location. In spite of our audio problems, we had a great presentation by Brian Ringley and Pardis Mirmelak, from Wood Bagot's Design Technology team.
The advent of Dynamo as a Visual Programming tool has re-ignited the interest in DesignScript, a text-based programming language used within Dynamo. This class is structured to enable students thru the fundamentals of DesignScript using practical examples and simple applications. In this class you will learn:- Learn the language basics of Design Script for Dynamo- … Continue reading DesignScript Workshop Announced!!
Watch the fantastic presentations of Masoud Akbarzadeh and Steve DeWitte
On June 14th, 6:00 pm PST, SFDUG welcomes Brian Ringley and Pardis Mirmalek, from Woods Bagot, as our featured speakers on a technical discussion about Dynamo. This month's meeting will be hosted at the AIA San Francisco.Educational Module: 3D Isovist study with Dynamo | Pardis MirmalekThis session demonstrates a study that was done for San … Continue reading SFDUG June Meeting | Woods Bagot
On Wednesday, May 10th at 6:00pm SFDUG welcomes two speakers: Masoud Akbarzadeh from University of Pennsylvania to present use of computational geometry in structural design, and Steve DeWitt from Project Frog to present Dynamo's application in Frog Platform Builder .Design the Force - Masoud AkbarzadehThe talk will introduce a novel method of structural design which … Continue reading SFDUG May 2017 Meeting
This coming Tuesday April 18th, at 6:00pm PST, join us for the 2017 Dynamo Block Party -- the first meeting of its kind where several user groups across the country congregate virtually!This is an excellent opportunity to meet others with a shared passion for Dynamo and design technology, see how their groups are organized, and … Continue reading Dynamo Block Party
On Wednesday, April 12th at 6:00pm SFDUG welcomes Konrad K. Sobon from Grimshaw Architects to present Mandrill, a data visualization plug-in for Dynamo.Educational Module: Expedite Design Documentation with DynamoPresenter: Sam Tahmasebi from Gensler Feature Presentation: Data Visualization in Dynamo with MandrillSpeaker: Konrad K. SobonIn this session Konrad will present Mandrill which is a data visualization plug-in for Dynamo and Grasshopper. It uses … Continue reading SFDUG April 2017 Meeting