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Nathan Miller
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data-driven design aficionado, designer, technology consultant.
data-driven design aficionado, designer, technology consultant.

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UNL Architecture Courses - Towerpalooza!
A series of spring technology courses at UNL have concluded this past month.  I taught two parallel courses in parametric modeling and computation for BIM for undergraduate and graduate architecture students. Both courses positioned Revit as the primary des...

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Updates You May Have Missed
With my new business keeping me busy, I haven't had as much time as I would like to keep TheProvingGround.org as up to date as I would like. Make no mistake, I am still very much committed to keeping this blog going and sharing some of my more recent comput...

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LunchBox for Grasshopper Returns!
I am pleased to announced that a new version of LunchBox for Grasshopper has been released as a free download in the new ProvingGround.io website. It has been over a year since the last update and there are many new components and improvements in this new r...

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A New Proving Ground
Greetings friends, It has been over 8 years since I started TheProvingGround.org , in 2007.  It began as a journal for exploring the intersection of design and technology.  From there it grew into a venue to showcase new processes and tools to help in the d...

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Integrating XML with Dynamo via LunchBox
New LunchBox nodes for XML creation and importing In the latest released of LunchBox for Dynamo, I have included new XML nodes that allow exporting and parsing.  Dynamo data can be serialized and saved to XML with the help of the new DataSet nodes included ...

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Back to 'Basics' with LunchBox and Dynamo
Divide a surface to get points, normals, planes, and curvature. With the rapid expansion of Dynamo, it is easy to overlook the fact that there are still many "smaller" refinements that can be made to improve the workflow.  This is especially true of the cas...

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CASE Interoperability Update
CASE's interoperability framework makes important design data accessible among different technologies. It has been awhile since I have shared an update on CASE interoperability approach.  With new technologies entering into the fray, interoperability is as ...

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