Currently I’m updating, optimizing, and extending revit and BIM workflow at my current architecture office. This includes:
- working with workflow and time optimization throughout the design process,
- creating “managing and reporting” tools and methods,
- creating custom tools and addons,
- dynamo optimization,
I’m also creating personal tools to boost architectural workflow, as well as general BIM development. I could split this into four parts:
- Revit addin - soon more about the tools on my blog
- Blender analysis addons,
- GIS data importers, both for revit and blender: ex. functionality of importing terrain data from goverment webistes straight to revit.
- Independent project, lets call it Dash Dash Dot, more info soon.
And of course some old snippets for CAD workflow.
- Blender Shadow Analysis - Analyze shadow impact on buildings, elements, urban plan with lat, long. Per hour, or period with step. (hourly, daily, monthly, yearly analysis).
- IFC importer for blender 2.80 - redo and big extension for Blender 2.80. [deprecated due to new BlenderBIM development]
- Simple Asset Manager for Blender 2.80
- Blenders Meshroom importer
- Web VR: Blender exports VR spaces straight into HTML
- Dog Alone - When you leave your dog at home, and he’s howling, the app triggers and plays recorded sound of your calming voice once in a while. Webapp, but works locally.
- Inkscape Master Page Export - Export separate layers with Master Page layer always visible. Semi functionality of “master page” in InDesign.
- Finance Statistics and charts (offline)
- PKU: Android diet app - who knows the shortcut then knows what it does. For people with genetic issues that need really strict diet info.
- Random scripts, like space arrangement/collision based on weights between rooms
- Messenger Chat statistics, word count
- Phonecall statistics from detailed bill
- Material Pass for Blender 2.79
- Scrabble solver for Android
As the life goes I’ve started to realize that some small elements in Wordpress didn’t fit my idea. I’ve started to dig. That was the moment I’ve learned CSS, and I knew it was good. At that moment I’ve realized how much rubbish I was writing in CSS. I knew little, it was fun, I got bored.
Knowing Python I’ve got into Flask. And I knew it was good. Then came
pipenv, errors. It was amazing! My own static website from base. It was time to make it more alive with js. And I knew it was good. With all the changes of 2018, it was time to leave Bootstrap, behindm and start to animate a little, and clean all unnecesarry div’s and classes. I’ve learned new words like “optimization” with PageSpeed and Lighthouse.