Eddy3D is a grasshopper plugin to incorporate wind and outdoor comfort analyses into sustainable architectural design. It features a clean and easy-to-use UI for urban wind flow analysis. You can incorporate topography for custom siting in hilly landscapes. It also calculates annual outdoor thermal comfort assessment for climate-responsive masterplanning.
About the instructor
Timur Dogan is an Assistant Professor at Cornell Architecture. His research expertise is in environmental modeling such as daylight, comfort and energy as well as performance driven design workflows at urban and architectural scales. His work empowers architects and urban designers to optimize their design proposals. Dogan holds a PhD from MIT, a MDes from the Harvard GSD and a Dipl.-Ing. in Architecture with distinction from the TU-Darmstadt, where he was a fellow of the DAAD. He has released software tools (solemma.net, urbanmodeling.net) with thousands of users across leading engineering firms, architectural practices and universities. As part of Solemma, he also organizes annual symposia with over a hundred participants, workshops and professional training to enhance impact and to build a community.