I made a post
almost a year ago about how to use a third party app to randomize color and material for curtain panel in Revit. I have been wanting to do more study on how to this in Dynamo. Dynamo
has gained so much attention recently and there are always new builds coming out every other week or so. I saw a post
from Zach Kron some time ago and haven't got time to look into that until recently. He even made a YouTube
video to show his process. First of all, huge thanks to Zach and now I am able to make my own twist and use that on my Randomized Curtain Panel family and have some fun with it.
Below are some images that show by moving the Integer Slider back and forth to change the color of the curtain panels.
Check out this video
to see how the slider works in action:
You can find the sample file in this link
Enjoy and more to come later!
Interesting, however there seems to be a general bias to the "randomization", which makes it not that random :)ReplyDelete
nice tips! thank you!ReplyDelete
Awesome! I used both tutorials for using the randomizer app, and now this dynamo script, but it does not seem to be 100% random. It just repeats a certain pattern.ReplyDelete
It happens to you the same it happens to me. It is not 100% random, as you can see, the pattern moves diagonally.ReplyDelete
Do you know how to fix this?