List (or array) management is the key to mastering Dynamo, but understanding the multitude of list management methods and their possible permutations is far from easy. List Lacing, List@Level, List.Map, Replication Guides: these techniques are powerful, but it is not always clear how they work, or how they work together. This advanced-level lab seeks to break down list management into an easily-understood taxonomy of possible operations, and will demonstrate their impact on a Dynamo workflow through practical examples pulled from real project applications.
- Learn the many ways Dynamo offers to manage and match lists
- Understand how the different list management tools interact with one another
- Build an intuitive understanding of how items from lists will match with each other
- Learn the new List@Level data management techniques
As a Design Technology Specialist at Woods Bagot, Andrew Heumann develops custom tools and workflows for design teams across the firm. Formerly the leader of NBBJ’s Design Computation team, he has written more than 15 plug-ins for 3D Modeling tools ("Human," the most popular, has had more than 20,000 downloads) and created many bespoke tools for design teams and practices, aiding in the management of project metrics, environmental and urban analysis, and façade design.<br/><br/>Andrew is trained in both architecture and computer science, and has lectured and taught seminars at Cornell University, Yale University, California College of the Arts, and the University of Washington. His work has been published in Wallpaper* magazine, CLOG journal, and presented at conferences including ACADIA, SIMAUD, Autodesk University, and the AEC Technology Symposium.