On Exactitude in Science

Something that in my opinion should be brought into view, it's happening to some extent now, but still only scratches the surface of what will come, from the fusion, of what we know as “drawing” (which many people wish to kick down the back stair; (because) they don’t know what they’re talking about) and, everything that's understood [...]

getting rid of…

What's written today about digital modeling software, and the process of using it, for design and construction of buildings and such things, seems always, as it has for 20 years now, to be about getting rid of things. If digital modeling of a building is to live up to the promises made, the promises made [...]

Drawing and Models are Interdependent

there's a part of the solution that's rarely talked about (so far). It involves putting blame where it belongs: with software companies. More specifically, on their failure to recognize the essential difference between drawing and modeling and their fundamental interdependence. I describe this here: Drawing, to Draw your attention and with more detail on the [...]

Drawing, to Draw your attention

That’s what drawings do. They draw your attention to something you need to see, something that helps you understand. Sounds simple, but it’s not. There are a lot of things that have to happen for anyone to understand anything. That’s true in everyday life whenever you’re trying to figure out what’s going on with anything [...]

Creative Again

I’m not done yet.  The fusion of drawings in models is 7 years old now: https://youtu.be/1zL7aM3uvRk More examples here: https://tangerinefocus.com/tangerine-2/earlier-media-innovations/ Since I conceived of this fusion and worked on the team that first commercialized it in 2012, now seven software companies are doing automatic drawing-model fusion: Bentley, Graphisoft (in BIMx Docs), Dalux, Revizto, working together: [...]