Steve wrote:To answer my own question - we already can get other geometry/models into PARAM-O -- so long as it is converted into an ArchiCAD object first. No problem. We already have good tools for doing that.
Gordana wrote:My first observation about PARAM-O is that unless I can import geometry into the PARAM-O modeler, I am not so enthused with it as I would be if it could do that. I assume plans are underway to make that possible?
Have you started using PARAM-O? What are your impressions, experiences so far? Any examples to share?
I am curious to hear what do you think about it.
Podolsky wrote:I wholeheartedly agree with Podolsky apart form one thing: You will be able to grasp some of the concepts (and limitations) behind param-o much faster if you know at least basics of gdl coding.
My opinion that PARAM-O is quite limited in term of modelling capabilities. PARAM-O is generating GDL script, that later ArchiCAD is reading.
Knowing GDL well - it's possible to achieve much faster better results. But only if you know GDL well.
But it's good tool to start learning GDL.
Hello Everyone, I have started to explore Param-O and found it interesting for making needful customization easily as per project needs. Just posted few video clips on my YouTube Channel. If anyone is interested can visit there and explore the given examples. It would be great if you can send me your feedback especially if I can improve somewhere on the programing point. Regards. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw82vkgAgA1UI7WAsmIWjIEOSrg1qbR1A