First presentation: The Productspec team will demonstrate the brand new Revit families for the MonkeyToe Systems range of roof access, plant mounting, barrier and personal protection systems. Second Presentation: Dynamo 101 By Chris Welch - Productspec Suitable for all levels of expertise, Full Revit A must-know for all Revit users! Chris will introduce us to the basics of Dynamo node-based programming, with the goal of providing a foundation of knowledge that will allow us to get started with creating our own simple dynamo tools and take advantage of the thriving Dynamo community. Case Study: Parametric Cocoon Following the Dynamo presentation, Chris will highlight the possibilities of node-based programming by breaking down the process of designing, documenting and CNC fabricating Productspec's crazy BuildNZ exhibition stand using Revit, Rhino, & Grasshopper. Note, the actual 6m x 3m parametric cocoon will also be on display at the Productspec studio. Third Presentation: RTC Round up Cherry & Kevin from NDY will share their experiences from this years Revit Technology Conference on the Gold Coast, Australia. Sponsor: Many thanks to ProductspecandMonkeyToe Systems who are kindly hosting and sponsoring this event
Wed 22 July 2015 @ Productspec 19 Edward St, Te Aro, Wellington Google Map 5.30pm – for a 6pm start Please do not arrive before 5:30 Finishing at 7:30pm
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Duane's hypothesis is rather intriguing, especially for Esri GIS users.
"Go large or go home" they say, so here goes. Here's my take on the new GooEsrigle relationship.
The world wide Geo-spatial industry will be turned on its head, 20th July 2015. I for one will be watching the Plenary live if anyone will stream it. If not all this, then at least Google Earth something something something.
.. Lock stock and several smoking barrels Google has purchased Esri, and likely this was late last year. If I had a spare several billion, I'd buy Esri just so Apple and Facebook couldn't….
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