Introducing Tracer – A Revit Data Visualization Toolkit for Power BI

Being able to understand and visualize your building data is essential to any data-driven workflow. With the increased adoption of business intelligence platforms - such as Power BI - our team has observed the need for simple and easy tools tailored to harvesting and visualizing building information. To support this, I am excited to announce the availability of Proving … Continue reading Introducing Tracer – A Revit Data Visualization Toolkit for Power BI

A Summer of Sensors – Part 2

In my last post, I published new work by our 2019 summer research team. Maddie and Anna have recently completed their summer with Proving Ground and I am happy to provide this new prototype that is a continuation of research into uses of the Raspberry Pi. In this study, the team created a scenario that … Continue reading A Summer of Sensors – Part 2

A Summer of Sensors – Part 1

We've been notably quiet on the blog this summer. Normally, our readers have come to expect a few blog posts with updates on research and activities being conducted by our summer research team. We're getting caught up now and I'm excited to share some of what we have been doing - this summer has been … Continue reading A Summer of Sensors – Part 1

We’re Presenting New Research at ACADIA!

I am happy to announce that our paper "A Novel Mesh-based Workflow for Complex Geometry in BIM" has been accepted to ACADIA's 2017 conference: "Disciplines and Disruptions." hosted by MIT! The paper, co-authored by Dave Stasiuk and I, will be included in the peer-reviewed research proceedings. The research builds upon our recent work in utilizing … Continue reading We’re Presenting New Research at ACADIA!