In this video tutorial I show how you can use Ruby coding in SketchUp to have some fun: Create 3D geometry, draw with code, bend the software to your will…
No need for previous coding experience. This can even serve as an introductory “learn to code” curriculum.
This is a free sample instructional video from the book “Architectural Design with SketchUp: 3D Modeling, Extensions, BIM, Rendering, Making, and Scripting” (2nd Edition). I discuss this topic more in detail in that book’s Chapter 7.
Want more of these videos? If you own the book, use the password from the inside cover to gain access to all of my remaining videos on Wiley’s website: http://www.wiley.com/go/schreyer2e. If you don’t yet have your own copy, follow the links in the sidebar to get one. It is a great reference for SketchUp!