One symptom of being at the 'peak of inflated expectations' on Gartner's famed hype cycle is the often relaxed use of terminology used in discussion about highly publicized technology. In some cases, this 'relaxation' is due to unfamiliar vocabulary for new technology that will take time to synthesize around a clear set of definitions. In … Continue reading Design Modeling Terminology
Last year, we introduced LunchBoxML - a machine learning (ML) plugin for Grasshopper and Dynamo that uses the Accord framework. LunchBoxML introduces several generalized supervised and unsupervised learning tools to visual programming including regression analysis, neural networks, and mixture models. We have published a few new examples to the Bitbucket repository to demonstrate the application … Continue reading New Machine Learning Examples with LunchBoxML
This past summer, we released LunchBoxML for Grasshopper. Many have asked if we would publish a version for Dynamo. Ask no more! As of the last update, we have included the first version of LunchBoxML for Dynamo! By having this capability in Dynamo, users are able to start leveraging data from Revit to feed the … Continue reading LunchBoxML for Dynamo
In addition to presenting new peer-reviewed research at this year's conference, I am excited to announce that Proving Ground will be a bronze sponsor for the ACADIA 2017 conference hosted by MIT! It is no secret we believe in contributing to the research world and strive to provide rich research experiences through our internships and … Continue reading We’re a Bronze Sponsor of ACADIA 2017!