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Use a connected BIM workflow to take designs from concept through construction documentation with integrated performance analysis and visualization features with the Autodesk Architecture, Engineering and Construction Collection of building design software.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akhsU51oPdA   Learn more at: http://www.autodesk.com/collections/architecture-engineering-construction/building-design

See how powerful software tools in the AEC Collection can help you to manage multi-discipline coordination and move from conceptual design to analysis, documentation, and detailing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ht-LR8swrk Learn more: http://www.autodesk.com/collections/architecture-engineering-construction/building-design

This blog includes some Get Started instructions near the end. By now I’m sure you have heard of Dynamo, Autodesk’s open source graphical programming for design. It has come a long way since its introduction a few years ago. And since then several companies have embraced this new way of unlocking the world of BIM and accessing data.   Why do you ask? Autodesk Dynamo is a visual programming environment. That means, you don’t have to be a programming expert! If you are wondering what are some other reasons there is a gain in popularity, or if you are wondering what it can do, the following give a few examples for the interest. First off it is a visual programming tool that doesn’t need to write code in most circumstances, and at the same time unleashes the power of programming which includes accessing to a remarkable set of Revit API functionalities, and processing large amount of repeated tasks without interruption. Secondly, it is especially efficient when geometry intersection is useful for creating and placing multiple elements and family instances. For example, to ...