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AutoCAD 2D Drawings to Revit via Dynamo – The Smart Way!

Even though the majority of users are now firmly engrained with Autodesk Revit software we still have to rely on AutoCAD for things such as Architects drawings, surveys and sometimes to interface with our favourite structural analysis software not currently integrated with Revit. 545 more words


The Electric Spermbot

I admit this is getting ridiculous. What will hence be known as my “Electric Trilogy” (See The Electric Monk, September 23rd and The Electric Caterpillar, October 1st) has arrived for its third installment in a way so absurd that I hesitate to elaborate on it. 895 more words


Hark, a noble local Nobel!

Congratulations to Brown University for the Nobel won by one of its physics professors, Michael Kosterlitz. Moreover, congrats to Kosterlitz himself. His Nobel threw me for a loop. 320 more words

Art And Design

'Finniscoor': an endless feast

When I was a bairn my father and uncle referred to it as Finniscoor, having picked that name up from some of the local keepers. Properly, Feith na Sgor (bog stream of the peaks) is the large, open corrie to the south of the Sgor Mor-Sgor Dubh ridge, which well lives up to its name, and if people these days refer to the hill at all (it’s a Corbett, so people do climb it) it’s simply as Sgor Mor. 1,386 more words


Topography of Iceland

This is one of the more unique things that we saw during our time in Iceland.

It’s a 3D version of the topography of Iceland. This beauty is housed in city hall.  74 more words