The topic of my presentation will be:
"Fractal Fun with Revit Repeaters and Adaptive Components" - this will be a new, improved version of the presentations that I gave at RTC in Auckland and Vancouver earlier this year. Yes, RTC is so good that I'll be attending at all three venues this year.
As part of the presentation, all being well, I intend to give a live demonstration of how to build a fully parametric Revit model of the roof structure shown below - within about 30 minutes. This is the Gare do Oriente in lisbon, designed by Santiago Calatrava.
Based on feedback I received from RTC in Vancouver, I have updated the handouts to reflect changes made to the modeling process that I will demonstrate. For anyone who downloaded my presentation from the earlier RTC events, you might like to get an udated version from RTC Europe.
|Gare do Oriente, Lisbon by Santiago Calatrava|
Every single Revit Technology Conference has been really fantastic, and I have learned new things every time - usually they have saved me more time than the hours I spent there. I have been able to go back to the office and quickly solve problems that have had me stumped before, or implement new techniques.