Happy Valentine's Day. We have a new technology preview that allows form finding for architectural conceptual design. Think of it as working as you would with Maya but you are still in Revit Architecture. The project gets its name from the Nucleus technology in Maya that has been ported over to Revit. Our plan is to also port this functionality into a future version of the Project Vasari technology preview. You can download this technology preview for Revit Architecture 2011 from the Autodesk Labs site:
As usual, the Labs site has some videos. For those without YouTube access, you can use Internet Explorer or Firefox to download the videos from my Buzzsaw site.
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When I previewed these videos for Sergio Rojas, he exclaimed:
"The Revit add-in is awesome. Congratulations! It will be an excellent option for designers and architects."
We are looking for similar or contrary feedback on this technology preview at [email protected]esk.com.
Physical phenomena simulation is alive in the lab.