There are some very interesting events scheduled for the coming weeks. Just prior to next week’s AU London 2019 – itself an event that will be heavy on content for computational and generative design, this year, including a talk by Lorenzo Villaggi and myself – there’s a Dynamo Day being hosted in London by the UK Dynamo User Group (or #UKDynUG) on Monday June 17th.
- Dynamo Intro plus Geometry
- Dynamo Intro plus Data
- Dynamo Power Up
- Dynamo Dev Day
… followed by an evening user group session with a number of presentations. After hearing from Topologic and Speckle (sessions I’m very much looking forward to), I’ll be giving a preview of Lorenzo and my AU London 2019 class – where we’ll be talking about research projects and launching the Project Rediscover graph. Followed by presentations by the winners of London’s first Dynamo & Generative Design Hackathon. All in all it should be a lot of fun: get your tickets here!
Speaking of Dynamo & Generative Design Hackathons, the next one of these is being held at Autodesk’s office in Toronto’s MaRS district on July 24th-25th.
There’s something very “meta” about holding a GD event in the Autodesk Toronto office, which itself was designed using generative techniques during the original Project Discover. I won’t be able to make this one – it’s bang in the middle of our summer break – but I would definitely be there if I could. It sounds as though there will be a great mix of Autodesk and external attendees, which should make for some really interesting team dynamics (and outcomes). Apply for your spot before June 21st!