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Comparing Grasshopper and Dynamo!
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  1. I have been using GH for a while but recently start to learn dynamo because most architecture offices don't have Rhino and I need dynamo to assist modeling complex 3D geometry inside revit. but soon Rhino 7 released and there is a plugin called Rhino inside Revit. I tried you can basically GH your way inside Revit. I am not going to spend more time learning Dynamo because GH seems to be faster and more advanced. Also the slow development of Dynamo could imply Autodesk is not investing in its future. look at the interface and user experience, it's like a half baked product.

  2. Very valuable video, even though the two programs have slightly different priorities AFAIK and comparing them directly can be difficult.
    Is Dynamo able to make use of more CPU-Cores or even GPU-accelleration?
    Grasshopper is limited in that regard for many components.

  3. Hi Gravin,
    Nice video.
    Can you add Bentley's GenerativeComponets to this comparison? It is one of the first and older than most of the available computational design tool.
    Would be great to see the comparison of all three.

  4. Hello Gavin,
    I am starting my parametric learning path. I'm familiar with Revit and just learning Rhino for a few weeks. Can you give me and advice should I focus on Dynamo or Grasshopper first? Both are quite difficult for me. Thank you and keep this great works!

  5. Thank you for your presentation, I have some concerns I would like be answered on
    As a Bentley user who used to work with GC(GenerativeComponents) I see a shorter workflow for generating what you did in GC. Yes, I understand that GH is much more advanced and has a lot more features than GC. But, from BIM perspective where your job is to create and optimize buildings and roads with output data and schedules, I see that GC is much easier and user friendly in this case.
    I would like to hear your opinion about what I said if you worked in GC, as I have been advised to learn Dynamo or Grasshopper lately, which one should I start learning? and what outcomes shall I expect by moving to grasshopper/dynamo from GenerativeComponents?

  6. Hey Gavin! I'm watching this video again 7 months later, timeless content! Are you doing this comparison video again anytime soon? The autodesk released new versions of dynamo/revit and the generative design tool, this may be changed a bit the scenario, right?

  7. Hello and thanks for your efforts

    Can I take advantage of the thermal properties of the Revit model inside Grasshoppers

    Because I found the thermal analysis in the grasshopper bigger and it had more definitions
    In other words, is there a mechanism for linking the Revit model to the Grasshopper environment?

  8. I expected Grasshopper is faster than Dynamo, but I didn't think it' so super faster. We had a plan to use Dynamo last year (will will keep using Rhino+Grasshopper), but it was cancelled. We decided to wait for the release of Rhino 7+ Rhino.Inside.

  9. Hi all. Archicad user here, although i can find my way on Revit when needed. Im planning on learning parametric/generative design but im not sure which platform would be better for me. For one i hear its better to use a native format, in this case Dynamo inside the Revit environment, while i keep hearing great things about Grasshopper, but you need a pluging to use it with Archicad and Rhino. My reason for learning it is not to generate organic forms and curvy facades (well, maybe a little bit of that), but rather to study volumetric options of growth over time (for self built housing) and analysing spatial and formal configurations given some initial constraints. So my question is this: which option would you recommed for working on this?

  10. I think Grasshopper is better for architects and designers because it has a strong rendering system, it renders complex geometry really fast and smooth. Grasshopper And Rhino have a HUGE community where you can find almost anything. It's absolutely built on an ecosystem that runs on it's own! I made the change from dynamo to grasshopper because of the vast possibilities with grasshopper. I'm more a creative person than a technical person. I've worked with dynamo 2 years now and really liked it but i've had a lot of frustrations as well. When i look at grasshopper, the way it works and handles is absolutely outstanding. This convinced me to take the step.

    On the other hand dynamo is more for technical purposes because it runs on Revit, like the contractors and subcontractors daily jobs. Letting them collaborate via Revit links and BIM 360 cloud is quite a good idea. Where dynamo and Revit are better in adding metadata to the already designed BIM model (from Rhino :p) in Revit, exchanging data with other specialized softwares like ERP, websites, calculation apps or other databases. And eventually to collaborate real time with other parties via cloud bim 360 + Revit or other cloud platforms (with price bidding, AI, machine learning, construction follow up…).

    A big down point is that the Autodesks licenses are expensive And you'll need more autodesk apps than just one… .It's what Autodesk is about, money.

    Also the fact that Revit is quite an old software with dramatical user interface, slow performance, not intuitive… But it's a technical software where you can generate drawings from floor levels, sections, views,… quite easily because it's standard built in Revit.

    Besides, Revit has some important features that can cause problems. For example: Geometrical property parameters in Revit are not always correct. Quantities from volumes and area's are not measured correctly when using certain drawing methods in Revit.

    I like grasshopper because of its user friendly UI, smooth performance with Rhino and because it's a huge ecosystem built on mainly opensource applications. Also grasshopper can run on top of Revit as well… And there are applications that can make sure you can go more technical in Rhino (drawings, BIM,…)

    Autodesk Revit is more a sort of lock-in software because you'll need other (expensive) Autodesk apps to make Revit function efficiently. Apps like Inventor, BIM 360, Robot, Fusion, ReCap… . Not quite an open source and healthy ecosystem, but more being manipulated by Autodesk. But those who are looking to built things traditionally today, Revit might be a better outcome. But in the future things in construction are going to change drastically ;)

    My feeling says; "let them work together and use their strengths" :). Autodesk isn't going to vanish any time soon and NcNeal isn't certainly either so make use of them both qualities. A efficient collaboration between designers, engineers and constructors in a modernized construction process based on data science would already be a great step for the construction industry :). Not to mention al the other stakeholders that are part in this process.

    Depending on your role in the construction process you need to choose wisely. But then again it goes so fast in the software world where anything is possible. I reckon if you have some IT background, experience and some logic common sense you know McNeal is better solution on the long term. That's my opinion.

  11. Hi.
    Rhino + GH compared to Revit + Dynamo is comapring user interface as Macs OS to Win 8.1.
    If you had a chance to work in grashopper everything is more intuitive, even working in Rhino is fast and idea driven. selecting, hiding working with layers, freezing and primitive small things like not disselecting objects when switching between views, is fail. AUTODESK, you cant even import dwg in revit without making a mess.
    Many "not possible" answers from revit hi skilled users. Editing pads or editing terrain or shapes is PITA.

    Revit has many limitations that working 8h/day afret two years of wourk will drive you crazy if you had a previous chnace work with good tuned software like Rhino and GH.
    in Dynamo you have to rearange your lists like programmer,
    In GH you can graft lists, creating efficient stuff.
    in GH many tools since 1996 where is revit now? learning to walk. every year useless updates that make you pay…

    Anyways Revit is owned by Autodesk, so i would say that it improoves step by step because bigger funding behind it. very slowly.
    The main idea of visual programiinng that was totally stolen from GH. :D it just tries to be like GH but is more a proggramers interface, where you need to code… you shoud try to work with sometnig before you copy it. you would feel how UIX of revit is way behind…

    if you have a competition to hand in, you dont have time to create complex families in revit… you need to deliver the Architecture design ASAP. I would coose Rhino to do that…
    Floor plans i would design in Revit . beacause BIM. (although it could be done also by visual arq in rhino)
    All analysys I would preform by GH with ladybug honeybee kangoroo etc. (previously ECOTECT).
    now when Autodesk boutght T-Splines and discontinued it Rhino support, yes you can do some shapes in Formit… but i would still reach for Rhyno…

    in next phases i would finish the komplex geometry like building shapes facades in rhino … export into revit via Humming bird or any other Prooving Ground tools, etc. and then do all the civil stuff in Revit. because its more practical.

  12. It is always the big question I face with my students regarding the comparison between Dynamo and Grasshopper!! I do not use Grasshopper but always watch from far away what happens with it and how it works, yet I feel Dynamo has the upper edge with the Adaptive Components, and its ability to fully integrated with Revit!! yet Grasshopper as I feel it much faster with pure geometry as it has no need to do the work twice as Dynamo needs to do it in its viewport and then go back to make Revit redo it, especially if you use Dynamo to direct model Revit elements.
    All the best dear, and keep the good videos!!

  13. Hello there!

    In my opinion, this comparison is not totally fair, once the programs are optimized for different purposes.

    Clearly, Grasshopper has been designed to perform better in the design of free form elements with the information given by the user.
    Dynamo, on the other hand, is linked with Revit and so is more focused on correctly getting the data (in this case the amount of information can be huge) of the model elements.

    Also, we have to keep in mind the difference of year of development of both softwares!

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