video recording from our presentation at AEC Tech 2019

In October last year I had the great pleasure of presenting our latest technology development projects in CORE studio at the AEC Tech symposium in NYC together with my colleagues Sergey Pigach and Badri Hiriyr. We presented T2D2 – a facade damage detection tool using AI, and Swarm – a marketplace for parametric design apps. I start at 11:35, but I strongly recommend watching the whole … Continue reading video recording from our presentation at AEC Tech 2019

rhino compute / threejs open source sample web application

Great open source sample project by the awesome Margaret Wang of how to combine rhino.compute, three.js, vue.js, node.js, express.js, mongodb to create a fully functioning web application: https://github.com/mm-wang/WebApplicationWorkshop the sample app was originally developed in the context of the #AECTechSeattle2019 workshop hosted by CORE studio at Thornton Tomasetti Continue reading rhino compute / threejs open source sample web application

snapshot from weaving workshop at chalmers

Thanks Emil Adiels for inviting me to co-organize this awesome weaving workshop together with yourself, Chris Williams, Alison Martin, Robin Oval, Isak Näslund, Sofia Malmsten and Daniel Jonsson. Happy to assist on the tech side plus I learnt a lot of new cool things about geometry and weaving. Who knew that stiff gridshells can be achieved with literally no mechanical fasteners? Also big congrats to … Continue reading snapshot from weaving workshop at chalmers

component reference document for Emu

Just created a reference document over all the components available in Emu. Hopefully useful to provide a more comprehensive overview of the plugin: https://github.com/EmilPoulsen/Emu.Resources/tree/master/reference On a side note – this reference document wasn’t created manually as you can probably guess. I’ve been working on a little hack to automatically pull contents out of .gha files. I may open source the tool some day soon, as … Continue reading component reference document for Emu

dynamically loading external assemblies

Recently, I’ve been interested in the architecture of CAD/BIM/FEA systems capable of dynamically loading external assemblies to allow for third-party plugin development. Found this great article by @RickStrahl explaining how this can be done with just a few lines of code: https://weblog.west-wind.com/posts/2016/Dec/12/Loading-NET-Assemblies-out-of-Seperate-Folders Recommended reading for anyone who’s interested in the mechanics of C# plugin development. The comments are of interest too, where another system called … Continue reading dynamically loading external assemblies