Architosh’s INSIDER Xpresso #12 newsletter readers got an early chance to read a key feature report in the upcoming Architosh INSIDER Report annual that is focused on “computational design” in the AEC industry.
Titled, “Expanding a BIM Workflow Near You—McNeel’s New Open Source Rhino.Inside SDK” the feature article has Architosh interviewing Bob McNeel and Daniel Belcher of McNeel and Associates about all things ‘Rhino.Inside.’
The Deepest Scoop on Rhino.Inside
While other CAD industry outlets have written about the relatively new ‘Rhino.Inside’ open-source technology from McNeel, none have dug down this deep before, unlocking aspects and information about the SDK (software development kit) that is sure to light up the BIM world in 2020 with a lot of interesting developments.
For those who are not aware, ‘Rhino.Inside’ is a software toolkit that locates into a host application the full features of Rhino including Grasshopper. What has been publicized in the past year is that Rhino.Inside for Revit is a big deal and the leading push with this new technology. However, Rhino.Inside technology has many facets of impact within AEC that have not been discussed thoroughly before.
Two Ways to Read The Story
The feature on Rhino.Inside technology is coming up as part of our annual INSIDER Report. One way to read the story is to wait for the INSIDER Report to be published, relatively soon this month.
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Instructions—Reading the Rhino.Inside Feature
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