Only with these functions would there be the possibility of doing many things like: Blocks of parametric dynamic objects in the case of revit are called parametric families (but revit families are not as flexible as in modeling, they are not dynamic and do not have animation )
To create a parametric family in revit with respect to the modeling, the learning curve is a bit slow, but with these simple functions a parametric dynamic object of rhino could be created that can be affected in a simple way through a dialog box with numerical ranges (A dialog box will allow simple communication between the user and rhino with a simple fast flow modeling)
If Rhino does this, it would take advantage of him because they would be dynamic and parametric, with the community of users that would quickly form an extensive library of objects that product companies would also generate their models and that is very important.
Some of the main columns of some softwares are the free libraries that they provide to users, reducing modeling time and quickly placing on the model to see their real dimensions, for example Sketchup with its 3d warehouse library, Revit is increasingly growing its library as bimobject etc and that users like.
In the case of Rhino, it has been falling a little behind with the libraries and with the functions shown in the video, but Rhino is a very light, powerful, precise and friendly software.
Imagine with the functions shown in the videos you could create a library of dynamic parametric blocks, and each object already with its assigned material that could be used
in the field of architecture such as windows, doors, decks etc,
In the field of interior design for furniture, lamps etc.
In the field of electrical and sanitary installations for fittings and pipes
In the field of naval design for naval structures and furniture
In the field of industrial design such as lamps etc.
All this parametric and dynamic directly without using grasshopper. (They would give the community entrance that they do not know grasshopper and would also make a transition bridge to make it easier for them to learn later)
And with the help of bongo you could have an animation memory of each object would be the maximum, in a few words imagine a block of a door of a project it is saved and used in another project easily and no matter the size because it can be modified, in this case the size is modified but the animation memory is saved and the animation process is not performed again.
This can be used in the archviz field,
In the field of product animation or industrial design
In the field of basic cinematography
In the field of Experimental Projects
In the aerospace field
In the field of fashion and shoe design because sizes are easily changed and can be modified, etc
The mcneel company would give users a platform full of possibilities, with few functions or commands added, with the help of these options and certain plugins such as visualarq would enter a very flexible BIM scenario that would lead BIM to think differently simple less rigid in its elements and parameters
Note: if those functions of the videos such as those of constraints can be applied to curves, it would be great, because you could create better parametric and dynamic 2d blocks to those of bricsCad and autocad does not have them, they would be one step ahead of them. (I recommend you to make more publicity of your 2d drawings through tutorials because they are at a level that is no longer necessary to use autocad, I say it from experience, I no longer use autocad for 2d only rhino, that makes me happy that it is better to condense the most workflow in a program, congratulations)
By the way I have reviewed bongo 3 their development and applaud their efforts because they are already integrating physical behaviors
I wish I saw this, I would get excited
We encourage rhino