|Coding Rhynamo from my hotel room at The Standard in Los Angeles|
As of December 1, CASE will release Rhynamo as an open source project.
What does that mean? It means that we will continue to be releasing and developing free builds of the tool so you can continue to use Rhynamo in your work. It also means that brave coders out there will have the opportunity to leverage the Rhynamo source code to customize their workflow with OpenNURBS and Dynamo and develop new integrations.
Rhynamo only attempts to address a small piece of the larger design and production workflow. However, I believe that tools like Rhynamo provide us with a road map for what we, as users, should be expecting from our ecosystem of tools:
- We need more fluid exchanges of data throughout the design process
- We need higher levels of compatibility between authoring platforms
- We need open file formats and APIs that let us customize our workflow
I still have some code commenting, clean-up, and feature development to do ahead of December before release the project into the wild... but for those of you who are already relying on Rhynamo in your workflow, rest assured that the tool is not going anywhere and will continue to be developed into 2015.
I also want to thank the more than 300 testers who signed up to try out Rhynamo in the past two months. Their contributions have been very appreciated and I hope they continue to play along as we enter into phase 2 :)
More info to follow....
|Reading in a Rhino file containing a Hexagonal paneling system|
|Mapping complex Rhino panels to Revit Adaptive components|
|Creating a Dynamo surface and saving geometry as a Rhino 3DM.|