Rhys Goldstein has published the second part of his informative video series on using the VASA (Voxel-based Architectural Space Analysis) package with Dynamo. The first part was an overall introduction to the package while this part dives into pathfinding, taking a close look at samples that show how it might be used in both 2D and 3D.
While the overall video is really interesting – some of you might find it a bit long at 43 minutes but it’s quite watchable at 2X and is packed full of useful information – one of the sections that stood out for me was where Rhys digs into voxel sizing and how you can tweak it to fit your usage scenario.
Here’s the video:
I’ve myself used some of the techniques Rhys discusses in this video to tweak the performance of a Dynamo script integrating VASA with the FormIt, something we’ll see in an upcoming post.