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Chicago Dynamo Community Message Board › September 20, 2016 - Meeting Recap (Charlie Portelli)

September 20, 2016 - Meeting Recap (Charlie Portelli)

Paul F A.
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Hello:
On September 20, 2016 we had our regular meeting of the Chicago Dynamo Community hosted by SCB. Charlie Portelli of Flux Factory was our presenter.
Here is the information that Charlie presented:
Flux is a data exchange and collaboration platform for designing the buildings and cities of tomorrow. Charlie discussed Flux, how it got started, what its aims and goals are and what tools work with Flux. He showed plugins in many popular AEC programs like Rhino, Revit and Dynamo. He also discussed how Flux is about the flow of data. They do not change our data in any way but rather allow data to move from application to application. They have a web interface where you can manipulate the data in the cloud, or plugin interfaces where you simply transfer from application to application or even within the same application.
About Charlie:
Charles Portelli is a licensed architect and Senior Computational Designer at Flux Factory where he engages with industry professionals to help develop and expand the seamless integration of geometry and data across multiple modeling applications used in the AEC industry. His role allows him to engage with various different levels of the product development bridging the worlds of the AEC industry and application development.

Formerly, Charles was an Associate Principal at KPF where he led the Computational Geometry Group for several years where he specialized in solving and documenting complex geometry. He also developed a series of in-house applications that were distributed across the firm to help extend seamless integration of design, sustainability, documentation, and fabrication parameters across multiple modeling application. Charles earned a Bachelor’s of Architecture from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and a Master’s degree from the Project Architecture Lab at Stevens Institute of Technology. He has taught at Pratt, City Tech, and currently teaches at NJIT.

You can find a video of the presentation here:


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